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Some cameras have a limited internal memory. To make more space on your camera, you need to connect it to a computer to move the pictures in there, or to add a external memory space to your device like a memory card.
However, you should know that memory cards have different sizes and you need to check your camera to see what type of memory card accepts.
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turn the camera on with the button on top, then take off the lens cap and insert a memory card into the side. The pictures will save to the memory card and you can buy an adapter to connect the memory card to your computer to view and save the pictures.
Choose YES for the Format option. Allow it to finish. Should work fine then.
Possible defective card if does not work after full format. Do not use any "quick format" option.
First time must be FULL format.
Hi, This sounds like a problem with the memory card. Your camera has 19MB of internal memory (used to take test photos in the shop usually) which is what the camera is using here. You may need to format the memory card before use, assuming it is inserted into the camera correctly. I have linked to the camera's instructions (PDF Format). Follow the details on page 30 describing how to format your memory card. Please also read through the set up at the beginning to ensure the card is inserted correctly. Thanks
If you indeed have the pictures on your computer (and are safely stored)... you might try selecting the format memory card function in the camera, to reformat the card, in case it was somehow corrupted while connected to the computer.
If you dont put a memory card in your camera it is forced to record on and read from the internal memory (which is pretty small). If you do insert a memory card (is it a memory stick?) you can read the card but not the internal memory. Try it both with and without the memory stick.
I had the same problem. Once it said "Memory Full" there's no way to get rid of it how much you try to recover, format the card, reset the camera with no avail. I had thought the camera was out of order. Then googled around and come across with this workaround. When nothing else works for you just take out the memory card. Take a picture to the internal memory of the camera and then insert the card. Voila!! you can enjoy our camera. I guess this is a software bug. The camera can not reset the memory card full flag before you take a picture to the internal memory.