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Memory Card Full!

After taking just 8 photos it shows that the memory card is full and no more pictures can be taken!

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How many byte does your memory card? what is the pixel you are using, maybe your pixel is too high. reduce to 3 megapixels or less.

Posted on Jan 23, 2008

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