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Re: images not uploaded
Try uploading your pictures into Scanner/Camera wizard on your computer. It will save them into a my pictures folder under my documents. Also make sure that they're not saved on your internal memory while you have a memory card installed, otherwise when you transfer it's only going to transfer the ones off the memory card and not the internal memory.
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You can simply delete the photos from your computer instead. Simply drag all your photos to the recycle bin in windows or trash can in mac and then empty it. This will delete everything you have on the card.
I would suggest that the image stabilizer might not be working right. Could you upload a photo to Flickr or other location where I could look at the EXIF, or list it here. I would like to see what the camera is writing to the image as the settings when the photo was taken.
Does it make a difference when the image stabilizer is on or off?
Yes, there is a setting called exposure compensation, which you may have altered. Try switching the camera back to A (Auto) mode, and see if that fixes it. In the manual setting modes, exposure compensation will look like this: http://images.digitalcamerainfo.com/images/upload/Image/new/Photokina08/Canon/sd880is/photos/Canon-sd880is-menu-functionset-375.jpg Make sure that you haven't set the exposure compensation to +2, for example. It should usually be set on 0.
Yes it is possible (although some memory cards are easier than others). You need a memory card reader with the correct slot for SD or SD/MMC cards, depending on your card. (There are lots of memory card types but most will include an SD slot.) You can get USB or internal card readers (which fit a 3 1/2 drive bay desktops) at most computer parts stores (Cyberguys.com, TigerDirect.com, etc). They range in price from ~$10-$60 dollars depending on the number of slots and other features.
Once you have the reader installed, place your card in the appropriate slot and look for it to come up as a new disc on your Computer. Open your Photo program and access the images from the disc. If it doesn't show up, there is a problem with the card or the reader.
In some cases, reinserting the card in the camera and using the camera to computer USB cable works better. I'm not sure why - it might be a formatting issue. (The card reader might look for the data in a different pattern than the one that the camera formatted the card with.)
Hi It sounds like the card is faulty (it does happen). I had one that acted similarly. You could try using the card in another camera to check - I have a card that works OK in Olympus camera but not at all in Fuji! Best of luck Martin
This is called '"Audio Snap" and allows you to record some audio to accompany your snapshots.
To switch the function off, turn the camera on as if taking pictures, and press the Menu button. On the "Rec" tab,select "Audio Snap" and then the > arrow. Then use the up and down arrows to toggle between on and off.
I had the same problem and had to trawl through the manual on the Casio website. Fairplay to them, it did resolve the issue.