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I have a power shot A95. My camera will only take 12 pictures. It has a 32MB card in it. How do I get it to take the full amount of pictures it is supposed to take?

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To get more pictures on the same card you will need to set the "resolution" & "compression" to a lower value. On a 32MB card if you can only take 12 pictures then the resolution is probably set to "Large" with compression "superfine". If you change the resolution to "small" with compression "normal" you could take around 330 pictures! However there is no such thing as a free lunch, the lower the resolution and compression the lower the "quality" of the pictures. So you need to think about what use the pictures are for. If they are of a wedding and you want best quality then you get fewer photos. If the quality is not so important then you can get more pictures. You can see how to set these values on page 41 of the manual (link below): http://www.usa.canon.com/consumer/controller?act=ModelInfoAct&tabact=DownloadDetailTabAct&fcategoryid=320&modelid=10468 Here is the table from page 147 showing the number of shots at different quality. If you want more high quality pictures then you need to get a larger capacity card. As you can see with a 512MB card you can get nearly 200 high quality pictures.

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It is the setting on your camera ,if you set at (2592x1944) superfine ,you were only can take 11 picture.So if you want to take more pictures ,try set to lower resolution. Below is the setting table: Reso Quality Approx.file size # images on 32MB card Large (2592 x 1944) Superfine 2.4 MB 11 Fine 1.4 MB 21 Normal 695 KB 43 Medium 1 (2048 x 1536) Superfine 1.6 MB 18 Fine 893 KB 33 Normal 445 KB 67 Medium 2 (1600 x 1200) Superfine 1002 KB 30 Fine 558 KB 54 Normal 278 KB 107 Small (640 x 480) Superfine 249 KB 119 Fine 150 KB 195 Normal 84 KB 336

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