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I can't take more than 2 pictures and i need to find out why?

I need help on what do i need to take lots of pictures and keep them saved i dont have a memery card,no GB so what do i do ? can you help it would be wonderful

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Hi,
The polaroid i830 does not have a good built in memory so u cannot take more than 2 pictures at a resolution of 8 mega pixels.
So, either you need to buy a SD card (I have 2 GB working perfectly fine with my i830) or reduce the resolution to VGA.
Steps:
1. Switch on the camera.
2. Push the button below 'M'.
3. You will find the option of resolution, select VGA.

You can now store upto 30 images.

Posted on Mar 13, 2009

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