Question about Nikon Cameras
Probablyyou are selecting high iso figures (800 plus), which causes noise (the fussy dots you're talking about). As for the memory troubles, probably you are selecting shooting in RAW mode or in super-fine JPEG. RAW and super-fine jpeg files are very big, and demand lots of room from the memory card.
As for the first problem, selecting lower ISO figures should solve it, causing as side effect need for better light conditions for your pictures; as for the pictures quality, try reducing it, bearing in mind that your pictures will loose quality as well (usually noticeable when you try to enlarge it to bigger sizes).
Posted on Feb 08, 2010
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