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Memory full has a memory card intalled . worked well for a couple of weeks now will allow only 6 pictures before memory full notice appears

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If you are using the memory that came in your camera, and you do not have an accessory SD memory card installed, your camera's built in memory will fill up quickly because it has a very small capacity. If you have an SD memory card, it may be a small card with limited capacity. SC and SDSC memory cards are available with 4, 8, 16, 32, 64, 128 and 256 Gb capacity. Of course, the higher the capacity and the faster the card, the more you will pay. For most amateur applications 16 or 32 Gb should be sufficient. Optionally you could set your camera to take lower resolution pictures. That will increase the number of pictures your memory will accommodate, but there is a price; picture quality.

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remove the memory card and slide the locking switch on the card to the unlocked position. Reinstall the card and the problem should be solved.

Posted on Sep 04, 2010

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