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Memory full i have a technika sh-7065 7.0 megapixels digital camera and when i take about 5 photos it comes up memory full even though i have deleted the previous photos

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    My 3710 Vivitar will only allow me to take 3 photos before it says memory full. What do I do?

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You camera is running off of the internal memory the camera manufacture does not give you much to play with. If you have a memory card in the camera and are still having the same issue going to the setup menu and find memory and set it to auto this will allow the camera to use the memory chip and used the internal memory when it is out. some times you can do a camera reset and it will correct most of the issues.

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