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I just need a user guide i dont know where to get one what size sdhc card does it take what size is the internal memory please help

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Did you try google? Type in the brand and model number and the word manual. Most manuals can be found online in PDF format free from the manufacturer. All SDHC cards are the same size physically and the is no limit on the capacity for any camera. Chances are it has no internal memory.

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Not only the size is important, the manual says SD max 2 GB.
But even a 1GB SDHC card won't work, because the camera is not compatible with SDHC and SDXC.
They used to make SD cards up to 4 GB, but most new cards from 1 GB and up are SDHC and above 32 GB the cards are SDXC. Older camera's can't handle these cards, although they look the same.
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about compatibility with host devices before choosing your card, it is important that you understand how to use your memory card to it greatest ability. sdxc memory cards and devices (digital cameras, video cameras, laptops, etc.) are now available. learn how to use your new sdxc memory card to optimize its performance.
confirm compatibility before inserting your sdxc memory card, confirm the device is compatible with the sdxc standard by locating an sdxc logo on the device or referring to the device's user manual or manufacturer information.

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Dear sir i bought kodak easy share M350 3 wks back i opened it today; it shows that memory card cannot store and that internal memory to be used please help


Your memory card is probably full. You need to transfer your photos onto a computer so that you can make space on the memory card.

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Hi, got new kodak camera and 4gb memory sd inside. i only took 8 pictures so far and said internal memory full. i dont understand why? i want to keep 8 pictures and it should be plenty as using 4gb and...


4GB "SD" cards are almost always actually SDHC (high capacity) cards. SD and SDHC cards fit the same slots, but they are slightly different electrically. Many cameras won't work with SDHC cards. SDHC is not backwards compatible.

So your camera is not able to use the 4GB card, and is ignoring it and using internal memory only. That memory is tiny and won't hold many pictures, and when it is full, the camera cannot work at all. You need to delete the pics in the internal memory and get a memory card your camera can understand (2GB or less).

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I have a 4GB memory card but it's only letting me take 15 pictures. I think it's on internal memory mode but I can't get it off. How can I solve?


An SD card that size is actually an SDHC card. SD and SDHC cards fit the same slots, but they are slightly different. Many cameras won't work with the SDHC (high capacity) cards. SDHC is not backwards compatible.

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Why does my internal memory say it is full when I have a card in it I have a C613 Kokak


The internal memory is separate from the card. It may be full (it's really small) and preventing the camera from writing to your card. If that's the case, do this...with no card in the camera, go into the menu and find "format" and follow the on-screen instructions to erase the internal memory. After that, your card should work properly.

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Photos i have taken saved onto the internal memory of my panasonic lumix camera even though there is plenty of space on my sd card. when i pressed play it only showed the photos from the internal memory so...


This is a problem with the memory card. I don't know why your camera is not giving an error message of some kind- it seems to know that it can't store pictures there.

Probably the first thing to try is formatting the card. There is a function in the camera menus to do this. If it won't format or gives an error when you try, then there may be an issue with the connectors in the card slot or the card may be incompatible.

Maybe it is having trouble with the size of the memory. Memory cards have grown enormously in capacity in the last couple of years, and even relatively new cameras may not be able to cope with the memory size of the newest cards.

SD and SDHC cards fit the same slots, but many cameras won't work with the SDHC (high capacity) cards. SDHC is not backwards compatible.

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SD vs SDHC is a question I get alot. First let me explain your issue. Unless your CARD READER is rated for SDHC chances are its an older model and cant handle the card, even with driver updates. You will need to check the manufacturers website of the device you are using as a reader to see if there are newer drivers. If its a laptop go to the manufacturers page and and be sure and choose Windows XP as your OS. Ok, now to the difference. SD cards are called solid state memory. The internal workings of each hasnt changed much except that the SD card used standard file formatting that was understandable in Windows XP and earlier operating systems. the SDHC (HC stands for High Capacity) uses the same architecture in teh card but changes the way data is stored and read that enables it to hold more data on same size device. (note architecture means design of card type not inside guts) Thus your system and Operating system may not be capable of addressing the new coding and file system changes on teh SDHC cards. Many older cameras (2008 and before) dont recognize SDHC cards either. Good news is they make an SD card (plain) in a 4 gig and you may be able to replace yours at the retailer with teh correct one needed (unless you bought via ebay or other method) Yours is a good question and is often asked, so dont feel bad in anyway. Just look at it this way.. you learned the lesson recently when the pricing between the two is about the same.. I learned the lesson 2 years ago when an SDHC cost about 80$ compared to 19 $ for a normal SD... SMILE!

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I believe the picture size you're using is not the maximum of M853 which is 8MP, otherwise you can take fewer pictures - like for 4 or 5, depending on the scene complexity.

Your camera has 16 MB internal memory. The lower MP you use (menu> picture size), the more pictures you can store.

If you want to take more pictures, use a memory card. the cam is SDHC ready - been tested to work up to 4gb. may even work with 8gb.


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