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The camera shows that there is space for only 32 more photos on the compact flash card but the camera is displaying only 30 photos, rest of them cannot be seen and they cannot be downloaded onto the PC. they are being shown as folders ?

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Not quite sure what you are trying to convey here!

It has 30 photos that you can see
It has room for 32 more...being reported
There are folders showing on the PC or cam.

There are always folders on the camera and they are
Usually given a numeral like 124-355 125-222 etc with a master folder called something like DHMC
try clicking on the folderswith numeraols and seeing what is inside them, possibly more photos.......
You dont say what size card you are using or what mode the camera is in RAW or jpg with RAW you will get less pics per Mb than with JPG...

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