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Try this: Take a photo. The put it in "Play" mode to review the photo.Press the Menu button. You should see 3 tabs on the screen. Go to the 2nd tab that kind of looks like a piece of paper coming out of a printer. Scroll down to Print Settings and press the Func Set button. Scroll down to Date and change it to On.
A 32mb card isn't very big. If your camera takes pictures larger than 6mps, the card will fill up fast. Why not buy a larger card? You can set the picture quality to a lower setting in the menu of the camera, but if you capture that once in a lifetime shot and you want to print an enlargement, the quality will suffer. My advice...shoot in the highest quality and use a big card.
As basic as it sounds, is the lens dirty? The tiny surfaces of digital cameras' lenses really affect image quality. Also check the image quality setting to ensure you're shooting at a high quality setting.
It is the setting on your camera ,if you set at (2592x1944) superfine ,you were only can take 11 picture.So if you want to take more pictures ,try set to lower resolution.
Below is the setting table:
Reso Quality Approx.file size # images on 32MB card
(2592 x 1944) Superfine 2.4 MB 11
Fine 1.4 MB 21
Normal 695 KB 43
(2048 x 1536) Superfine 1.6 MB 18
Fine 893 KB 33
Normal 445 KB 67
(1600 x 1200) Superfine 1002 KB 30
Fine 558 KB 54
Normal 278 KB 107
(640 x 480) Superfine 249 KB 119
Fine 150 KB 195
Normal 84 KB 336