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My camera had 700 pictures, but now it has 5. What do I do?

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If you didn't delete them or format the card, they should still be there. Use a card reader instead of your camera and download them to your computer. With the card out of the camera, does it still say you have 5 pics? If so, then they are on the internal memory.

Posted on Feb 01, 2010

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1) Reset the camera
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5) Check the batteries, or better yet, get new ones
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6) Turn the camera back on to see if it woks.

7) Try a different memory card.

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Get an estimate first, to make sure its worth it.
Digital cameras get better with time and lose value
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