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Re: internal memory full - how do I find it? Ann
If you do not have a memory card inserted, the camera defaults to the internal memory, both in shooting and playback modes. You can transfer from internal to a card using the "copy" function from the playback menu. The internal memory can be erased from the playback menu using the format function in the "setup" menu. Don't erase (format) until you are sure the images are stored safely elsewhere.
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Your camera should automatically recognise when a memory card is inserted and store pictures on to that rather than use the internal memory. The internal memory is only used when no card is inserted so possibly there is a fault with the card connections if it does not recognise when it is inserted.
To clear the internal memory have a look at my post on my tips page on my profile dealing with this.
shutter problem. put camera into full optical zoom, turn it to face you and angle it so that you can see into the lens without reflection. In full zoom the internal lens is right up to the outer lens so, even on a small lens such as this, when you press the picture button you should see the shutter close across fully. If it does not you will get either an over exposed or complete white out picture. Or lines across your pictures.
The shutter needs to be cleaned. There is grease in the camera for the moving parts and is probable that this is the cause for the error.
I have found this to be the case for fuji's E900, E550, F40fd, F470, F460, and a few samsung's as well.
Hey bet10, A brand new camera should not come with any images stored in the internal memory, and you should not be getting this message. It is true that if the internal memory is full and there is no memory card inserted the camera should not allow you to take any images since it has no where to store them. I would try formatting the internal memory by following the directions on page 84 of your camera manual. I have included a link to a PDF download of your camera manual in case you need it. I will say that digital image files are usually rather large and your internal memory is rather small, and I would suggest investing in a memory card if you already haven't. I hope this helps! http://www.fujifilmusa.com/shared/bin/J10_E.pdf Sincerely, Allan Go Ahead. Use Us.
Unfortunately this is one of the hardest cameras I have come across to repair. The plastic guide lugs inside the lens which keep it stable are so small that once they get damaged they are virtually impossible to repair and only a replacement part seems to rectify the problem. Source a donor camera on ebay for a cheaper option than sending to fuji. F45fd and F47fd use the same lens so these are an option for a donor if F40fd is not available.
As you posted, both cameras have their memory full then you need to free up the internal memory either by deleting the contents or transferring them (the pictures) to your computer.
To transfer to your PC, you would need the installer/driver CD that came with the cam as well as a USB cable. You need to run/install FinePix Viewer prior to the USB connection. Follow on screen instructions. When asked to connect the cam do so. All others are explained with illustrations on the User's Manual. A copy od the A700 User's Manual is available here.
Hope this be of help/idea. Pls post back how things turned out or should you need additional information.