Question about Video Cameras
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: How to use A Memory Card
I do not have this camera myself, however I did some searching on the Argus website. While they did not specifically state how to set the camera to use the SD card as the main storage for your photos, I can give you a few pointers.
It seems that the camera will automatically use the SD card to store pictures when it is inserted.
Did the camera ask you to format the SD card when you inserted it into the camera? If so, that means that it at least recognizes that it is there. On the other hand, if it did not ask you, then it is possible that the card was already formatted and is ready to use.
I would try taking some pictures, say 15-20, to test it out. If it tells you that it ran out of memory, then the card is not being used and you are back to square one.
Below is the website for your camera where you will find the manual and the drivers for the camera if you decide to connect it to your computer. Also, I have included the support phone number in case if you are still having trouble.
Argus Tech Support: 888-552-7487 (Toll-Free)
Posted on Dec 23, 2007
Figured it out, photos need to be saved in a sub-folder of DCIM into the 100MEDIA folder to be viewed. I am now trying to figure out how to save Snapfish photos. thanks.
Posted on Jan 04, 2009
either your pc card reader or adapter for sd card is at fault here....but try this way connect your camera to pc (using usb cable)...go to my computer see the new device (camera) click on it to open ...your pix are there now copy & paste (click & drag) to your folder on the pc...hope this is helpful...feel free to rate
Posted on Jul 08, 2009
Get a card reader (they don't cost much) and download your pics to your computer. Then, put the card back in the camera, go into the menu and scroll to "format" and follow the on-screen instructions. This will erase and optimize your card. My advice, don't leave your pictures on the card for very long...get in the habit of downloading on a regular basis and format the card regularly.
Posted on Nov 16, 2009
SOURCE: My Fuji digital camera model Finepix Z20 is showing a protected card message when I insert both my old SD card and my new SD card. My old SD card was working fine yesterday but now it says protected c
This is a common problem that many people experience with their SD Cards.
It is normally an easy fix and you can follow a method that I posted on my tips here:
Please feel free to let me know if this was helpful!
Posted on Nov 29, 2010
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