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How does the memory work? I find the handbook confusing. If you can help. Thanks.

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The memory is used to store the images recorded by the sensor when you operate the shutter. Some cameras have the capacity to increase available storage space by adding external memory such as SD cards, but with others you have to rely on the camera's internal memory. The images are stored permanently, until you delete them, or unless the memory gets corrupted.

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