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Compact flash card 4 GB

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I have just bought a new card for my nikon coolpix 775. When i put it in it says no images but when i try to take a pic its saying memory card full.

I have formatted it on the camera and through the computer but nothing works ..... any suggestions please ?

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  • Yenn Feb 12, 2008

    Thank you so much nsfbr thats really
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I'm going to go out on a limb and predict that you have never tried a 4GB card in this camera before.

After looking at the manual, this camera, a 2001 product, would seem to be from a time when 1GB cards were still off in the future, and 4GB cards were not even conceivable.

So that you know, the manual refers to a 160MB card as the highest option available at the time, but I have to think that 64MB was considered a large card back then.

The link for the manual is: http://www.nikonusa.com/pdf/manuals/coolpix/CP775man.pdf

The page I'm referring to is page 154 (which is actually page 168 of the pdf document).

I suggest you contact Nikon and ask for an update to the compatible flash cards for this camera and find a 256MB or 512MB that someone has lying around.

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