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It says that the memory card is full, but it's not

It says that the memory card is full, but there are only 12 photos on the camera. Is it a memory card problem? Can I reset the camera?

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Ive had issues like this, when i had troubles, it turned out the Picture resolution was too high, i mean, better pictures but more memory wasted. Hope this helps a little.

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