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Internal memory i have a Kodak EasyShare MD853 camera with 8.2 mega pixels and it is only allowing me to have 14 pictures. To me that doesn't seem right. Everytime i get up to 14 pictures it says that my internal memory is full and i can't take anymore pictures.

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Re: internal memory

Go to menu and change the size of your pictures to allow more storage

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Re: internal memory

That is most likely correct. I have a Z740 and can only take around 20. My moms will only take 9! Memory cards are cheap. Get a 1 gb card which will hold around 600 or more pictures. You can get one in electronics at wal-mart for around 20-30 dollars. It's a good investment.

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I found this part of the manual helpful:

You have to set the storage to internal memory, then you can copy to a memory card.

Hope that helps!

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