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Your phone has internal storage, files such as pictures, music, applications, etc...take up space on your storage. Specifically, photo's, take a large amount of space.
To fix this you need to either delete some applications or pictures. You can also connect the phone to your computer via USB, and transfer the photos to your computer, then delete them off of your phone. Lastly, if you have an SD card on your phone, you can transfer the photos to the SD card instead of the internal storage.
Once you delete some files, you should have the space to start snapping again!
How to Transfer Photos: Windows Vista/7 Users
If you have Windows 7 or Vista, there are two easy ways to transfer your photos directly to your desired folder or directory.
When your iPhone device is connected, click on the Start Menu, and then Control Panel. Click Hardware and Sound. Select AutoPlay, scroll down to find where your iPhone device is listed, open the drop-down menu, and select "Ask me every time."
Step 1 - Connect your iPhone device
If you enabled the AutoPlay behavior using the method described above, you can skip this step, because your iPhone is already plugged in. If not, connect your device using the appropriate USB cable that your phone came with.
Step 2 - Import Pictures and Video
The AutoPlay prompt should appear with your device type listed at the top. Click the first link that says "Import Pictures and Video."
If for some reason the AutoPlay prompt did not appear, go to Start, then Computer, then right click on the icon for your iPhone device and select "Import pictures and video" from the context menu that appears.
Step 3 - Choose a directory, and import
Before you click Import, go to Import Settings, and select the "Import to" field to select the destination you want your photos to transfer to. By default, they will transfer to your My Pictures folder. You can also select the "Always erase from device after copying" option, though this is, as always, optional.
Click OK, then click Import, and your photos will be transferred to their designated directory.
If you don't want to mess with AutoPlay, you can find and transfer your photos manually using Windows Explorer.
Step 1 - Connect your iPhone device Step 2 - Click Start, then Computer
This should take you to a Windows Explorer page that lists your hard disk drive(s), and devices with removable storage. If connected properly, your iPhone device will register as a device with removable storage, and you will see the icon for it listed below this header.
Step 3 - Double-click your device's logo in Windows Explorer
Double-clicking your device will open it up as a directory, full of folders and sub-folders that store all of your phone's content.
Step 4 - Open your camera folder
Your camera folder should be located in [Your iPhone Device]\Internal Storage\DCIM\100APPLE. This means once you're in your iPhone's directory, click on the Internal Storage folder, then the DCIM folder, then the 100APPLE folder.
Step 5 - Transfer your photos
You can import your device's photos by selecting the ones you want, or pressing Ctrl+A to select them all, and dragging them onto your desktop. Or, you can hit Ctrl+C to copy the photos, and then hit Ctrl+V in the folder you want to copy them into.
ALTERNATE WAY TO TRANSFER PHOTOS AND VIDEOS TO A COMPUTER If your photos and videos are stored on the memory card, then remove the memory card from the camera and insert it into an USB memory card reader. Connect this USB memory card reader and memory card into the USB port of your working computer. Your computer will see this as an USB Mass Storage Device or an external storage device; you can then open the folder on the memory card and copy the photos and to your computer. Memory card reader is a handy device and is inexpensive. You can copy photos from other cameras and you can also download photos off your memory card to someone else's computer without the need of installing any programs.
That is not exactly to calculate. It depends on the stored image sizeand quality. Small pictures could be 400KB a piece, but large ones easily can go up to 6GB a piece. If you know thye avaerage size of your pictures, you can calculate it.
The internal memory full message will display when the camera has no more space left to save photos.You can either download the photos to a computer at home or write the photos to a cd and erase the memory to be able to take new pictures. You can also buy a SD Card that can be used as extra storage. A 4Gig card would be a nice size to add to your camera as it will take a while before you will run low on storage again.
hmmm I believe that all you had on that disk was some photo editors..and related program ...your camera works on a SD memory card...and when you plug it ..you should see the card ..in my computer as a mass storage device ..or removable storage device ... anyway I have a DMC- LS80...and the only driver on that disk is a usb driver ..that has nothing to do with the camera ...this models are fully automatic and do not need any connection drivers .. Just be sure that the cam is on and powered ...after that confirm from the nemu ...what you want ist to do ...it will prompt you on the camera screen when you plug it ...and that's all .it will prompt to choose an action and open the folder like a common CD..or any other storage device
Connect the camera with the supplied USB cable to your computer. Change the camera's mode to playback mode. Turn on the camera. The computer should install drivers automatically, and then prompt you to save the photos