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Memory full I have 12 items, 3 short videos no longer than 30 sec,the rest are photo's then memory full comes up.

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What kinda memory card have you got in your cam?

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This device requires a separate memory card. These usually come with just enough memory for a few pictures and short videos.

Under the battery cover there should be an opening to add a memory card. usually an SD card.
Take the camera to a local radio shack and ask for a memory card. The clerk will know what to get for you. (i hope)

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