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Says card full

After taking 18 photos with my vivitar series 1 it says card full, previously we took lots of pictures and down loaded them
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Hi Mickcommodor,
It depends on what resolution the snaps are taken at.. generally cameras have setting that can be set to take pictures at lower resolution (requires loss space) or medium or higher resolution (takes more space on the card).
Also, I would suggest you to transfer all the pics on the card to the computer and then try formatting the memory card and then try again .. Let me know if that helps.
If both the above suggestions do not work for you then please let me know what is the capacity of the memory card and were you using this memory with the same camera earlier?

Regards,
Srinivas

Posted on Jun 29, 2009

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