Question about Uniden UDC7M Digital Camera
2GB SanDisk SD card, bought from local PC market worked well, however the camera a Uniden UDC-7M 'locked up' in an unrequested format of the card a week later. To fix one had to select 'Yes' and format the card to get any functionality back to the camera. This lock out (except for format) happened to my wife at a wedding, needless to say my ears needed repairs when she returned. When I checked the camera it tuned on OK but .... the camera wanted to format the card and nothing else would work except off or format. And NO it wouldn't return to Menu. The retailer (a national one)suggested a Kingston Card of 1GB not the recommended SanDisk. For the last few days nothing I did with either card has caused the returned of the problem. I'm not confident that I have really fixed anything! This may come back at a really bad time!!!
Do you think maybe the problem is with the memory card rather than the camera. It is always safest to format the cards for the specific camera you will be using it for the first time you use it, that way it does not require to be reformated more than once a year ....after you make sure that you have backed up all your photos first ! Next time pack a spare card, but the camera promises to be very dependable.
Posted on Oct 25, 2007
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