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Image recording I just purchased this unit and installed a 2GB Sandisk memory card. After taking about 100 photos I was not seeing any post review. I continued taking photos but after downloading to my pc I confirmed that no images were recording after about 100.

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Format card in camera using camera's FORMAT function. Save your readable 100 on computer before you do, of course.

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I purchashed a polaroid 300 digital camera. it says insert memory card. why do i need a memory card to take pictures. i called polaroid and was told, in order for the camera to function it was necessary


The memory card is similar to film for the camera. It's where your pictures will be stored. You can remove it from the camera and take it to your local store to print out your photos. One important thing to remember when purchasing one for your camera is that you'll need to purchase one that is capable of holding only 2GB or less. DO NOT purchase 4GB or higher as it will not work for your particular model camera. Fortunately 2GB cards are relatively inexpensive these days. Here's some examples from Amazon. And if you want to download your photos to your computer, please see this article.

Dec 24, 2010 | Polaroid a300 Digital Camera

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When I take a picture it goes to internal memory and not to my sd card. What is wrong?


First, make sure you're using a supported card. The C340 works with MMC and SD cards. If your card is larger than 2GB then it's actually an SDHC card and won't work.

If you do have a supported card, make sure the image storage location is set to Auto. In the Review mode, press the Menu button then select Image Storage (camera and memory card symbol).

Dec 15, 2010 | Kodak EasyShare C340 Digital Camera

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Need to know what memory card can i purchase and where for kodak easy share c530 my camera is old haven't used much I have a 1.0gb sandisk can i use a 2gb sandisk.


I had a look and it seems 1GB is about the Maximum? yes Sandisk is a good brand. Frankly anything that works well is OK.
Buy a good brand of card ... SanDisk is my favorite.
Kodak would certainly be a good choice too.
Don't buy it on eBay, as there are too many counterfeit cards available on eBay.

A Tip:
If you use a card reader, you will need a SDHC card reader if you use a SDHC card.
Most older card readers can not read a SDHC card.

Tip number 2:
Always format a new card with the Camera before taking any pictures.
You will find how to format with the camera in the camera User Manual.

Feb 05, 2010 | Kodak EasyShare C315 Digital Camera

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Memory Card Error? Just removed a memory card and inserted a new one -and Memory Card Error comes up and I can't take photos. Thanks!


Is it a new 4GB memory card? If so that might be your problem. The card would likely be an SDHC card, and your camera may have been designed before the SDHC format came out. Your camera may only be able to use standard SD cards (2GB or less).

But if the card is less than 2GB, it could have become corrupted. In this case you could try formatting the card in the camera to see if this would rejuvenate it. This will also erase the card. See this post if you wish to first recover those pictures.

Finally, if this is occurring with multiple cards, and is also saying "card locked" even though the tiny slide switch is in the unlocked position, then see this post for a possible remedy.

Jan 24, 2010 | Canon Cameras

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SD card problem


here is a list of compatable memory cards
http://www.4allmemory.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=search.memorySearch&model_id=42425
.. any SD or MMC card should work up to 4 gb ... so your 2gb should be ok .. i suspect that it may be damaged .. you can try formatting it in a USB card reader if you have one on your computer .. some laptops have the SD slot built in .. there was some compatability issues with memory cards for older cameras but there shouldnt be any with such a new machine .. make sure the contacts are clean and the "protect" switch (if any) is in the unprotected mode .. when you format the card it may take several minutes so give it time .. if you are going to take movies then its better to use a "high speed" SD card .. like the 133x mentioned in the above URL .. slow memory may cause missed frames or 15 fps instead of 30 fps record rates.. .
the specs on your camera do show SD and MMC compatability .but they dont show any brand preference .. .

Oct 06, 2009 | Pentax Optio 33LF Digital Camera

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I need to purchase this memory car and don't know where to get it


Don't bother with a Vivitar Card (i'm not even sure they make them). Buy an SD Card from a decent brand like SanDisk, Kingston or PNY. A 512MB card will store about 200 photos with your camera. I'd recommend a 1/2gb card. More photos and can be found for peanuts these days.

Apr 28, 2009 | Cameras

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Sony Alpha 100 gives error message when attempting to take pic.


Hi! I just had the same problem with my Sony A100, when I tried two different CF cards. I was getting the same error message as reported above: "Unable to use card" then "Format?" then that format fails. Thinking the camera is broken, I checked online camera repair sites and also called Sony directly. Sony's flat rate, and that of PrecisionCamera is $228 to fix CF card failure. Then my daughter said, "the CF card in my room works fine in the camera" - and lo and behold - it does. The CF card that works is brand PQI and is marked Hi-Speed 60 2Gb. The cards that do NOT work are marked SanDisk Ultra II 1.0Gb and SanDisk 128 Mb. So my advice is, before you give up on the camera as broken, try a number of different CF cards first.

The second cause of CF failure is if someone has pushed a CF card in the wrong way. That can bend one or more of the tiny metal contact pins in the CF socket in the camera. Look carefully to see that all the pins are straight up. [I don't know how one can straighten these pins, or if the whole socket would need to be replaced...but at least you can determine the cause of the CF failure.]

Best regards - Michael

Jan 07, 2009 | Sony Alpha DSLR-A100 Digital Camera

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Internal memory photos download to sd card


1. Ensure memory card is inside camera.

1. Turn on camera.

2. Press Review button on back of camera

3. Then Press Menu Button on back of camera

4. Select "Image Storage" option (by depressing the joystick on RHS of back of camera).

5. Select "Internal Memory" option (by depressing the joystick on RHS).

6. Select "Continue"

7. Press Menu button.

8. Press "Review" button

9. Press "Review" button again.

10. Press "Menu" button.

11. Scroll down to "Copy" and select this option by depressing the joystick.

12. Scroll down to "All", then select by depressing the joystick.

13. Contents should now copy over from internal memory to SD card.

14. Don't forget to reselect Auto detection of SD card afterward. This is done by turning camera off then back on again. Press "Review". Press "Menu". Select "Image Storage". Select "Auto". Select "Continue".

Jun 27, 2008 | Kodak EasyShare C875 Digital Camera

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Reviewing pics


Check the memory card, if you can. A card dock or similar on your PC or laptop. Try reformatting it if nothing is on it. Try another card. The cards can go bad.
This is assuming that the camera is trying to record images when you think you are taking them. I also assume you see an image in the LCD on your camera when you are composing before shooting and the camera acts like it is taking a picture. Do you usually have the ability to review what you just shot and it immediately shows up on the screen? Have you used your flash when this non-recording is taking place? Does it flash?
More info would be helpful.

Jan 31, 2008 | Nikon Coolpix 2100 Digital Camera

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Lost images


Take out the memory card from the camera and try it in another camera used this type of memory card and it will let you know if the problem is with your camera or your memory card. In case you will found out that the problem is with the memory card - you need for a data recovery software to recover your pictures. There are a lot of recovery software's at the market and some of them are even for free. Look for it in the internet, under "memory card recovering pictures" Good luck

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