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Exilim ex-z700 I bought a 2gb memory card, after 3 pictures it tells me memory is full.Can you help me

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There are some "hacked" memory cards on sale, they report a larger memory size in both camera and PC, quite often 2GB that are 1GB or less .The only real test is the one you did ,But on your PC keep putting files of a known size into it and see what the real capacity is then take it up with your suppler if its wrong.Some cheap MP3 players from online auctions are also affected.

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Check if the memory card you purchased is compatible with your camera. Try and check the card also on your PC if actually shows 2Gig of memory, and see if the file size of the three pictures match the total memory consumed. If not, try formatting the SD card and reinsert on your camera. Try and take some pictures again and see if it consumes it the same as before...

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