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I'd say definitely a card problem.
It's also best to use cards with high speed data transfer in this camera.
Especially when travelling, it's best to carry a few cards, not only for storage capacity, but as back-up in case a card develops a fault. If you rely on only one card and it fails.... you may lose all your pics, so carry a few spares... same with batteries.. and ALWAYS use lithium batts in ANY Kodak camera... they have huge problems with alkalines.
Hope this helps... happy shooting and enjoy your trip.
Posted on Jan 19, 2008
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