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SOURCE: My FinePix S1800 Fujifilm Digital SLR camera says Frame No. Full''

Go to set up then Frame and change to RENEW. It is probably on continuous. My camera did the same thing and this solved it.
Apparently even thought the card is empty if it is on continuous it will start the picture numbering where you left off last time.

Posted on Oct 23, 2010

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Frame no. full


In the English Manual on page 150 it says Frame no. full:
The frame number has reached 999-9999. Remedy:
1 insert a formatted Memory Card into the camera. 2 Set RENEW as the FRAME NO. setting in the (SET) SET-UP menu (> p.117).
3 Start taking pictures (The frame number starts from "100-0001").

4 Set CONTINUOUS as the FRAME NO. setting in the (SET) SET-UP menu. Good luck

Jan 13, 2014 | Fuji FinePix S700 Digital Camera

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I got new Sigma 18-200 DC II lens, with Canon EOS 5D Mark II it has black lens frame is visible through viewfinder or on the photo. Does it mean this lens is not compatible with 5DmrkII?


The EOS 50d Mark II is what's known as a "full-frame" camera. Its image sensor is the same size as a frame of 35mm film. The Sigma DC lens is intended for cameras with smaller sensors. The lens is compatible in that it will work with the camera to take pictures, but the pictures are cropped due to the smaller imaging area of the lens.

In order to use the full image sensor area you need to use full-frame lenses. In the case of Sigma, this means lenses without the DC designation.

Aug 03, 2012 | Cameras

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When I turn on the camera it says 'Frame No. full' and doesn't work... it's the FinePix s9500 and the memory shouldn't be full as I've deleted most of it... How can I fix it please?


It doesn't say the memory is full, it says the frame number is full. Basically you've taken 9999 pictures and it doesn't know what to do with the file name. Look in the setup menu for a frame number reset, or a file number reset. If you can't find either of those, look for a general purpose reset function - it's usually right at the bottom near the card formatting function because you hardly ever use it.

You will have to manage the situation that you will now have duplicate file names, since it will start numbering from 0001 again. I suggest you archive all your current photos, and start anew somehow.

Mar 30, 2011 | Cameras

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What does it mean when the camra says frame full


Hi, in most cameras by defult the camera names the pictures it takes in numeric sequence and after a while the range of names reaches an end and the camera would give similar message... if you go to the setup menu look for something like frame number or picture count and see if it is set to continious, see if you can switch it to reset or renew and see what happens... hope that helps :)

Jan 29, 2011 | Fuji FinePix J10 Digital Camera

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My FinePix S1800 Fujifilm Digital SLR camera says Frame No. Full''


Go to set up then Frame and change to RENEW. It is probably on continuous. My camera did the same thing and this solved it.
Apparently even thought the card is empty if it is on continuous it will start the picture numbering where you left off last time.

Mar 03, 2010 | Fuji Photography

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'frame no. full'


You need to reset the frame count. Have a look at my post for this on my profile

Dec 18, 2009 | Fuji Finepix Z20fd Digital Camera

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Come up with frame number full


The problem is ther internal memory is full or your external card is full and you have to reformat the card. Then you should be able to use the camera .

Apr 10, 2009 | Cameras

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Frame full


I had the same problem with a fujifilm camera, the good news is that it's easy to fix. On the shooting menu (press menu when the camera is in shooting mode) there will usually be a set-up option, within that you should see "Frame No." or something similar- the two options for this are either "continuous" or "renew". If you are experiencing the Frame no. full error it means that you are currently set to continuous; TO SOLVE THIS PROBLEM SWITCH THIS SETTING TO RENEW.

Hope this helps!

Apr 05, 2009 | Fuji FinePix Z5fd Digital Camera

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Every time I turn on my camera it says ''FRAME NO. FULL''


Hello, it will help:

go to settings menu, then look for FRAME NO. setting. Set it to RENEW. It should do the trick.

It happens because the internal picture counter has reached its limit and you have to reset it to zero.

Good luck!

Nov 22, 2008 | Fuji FinePix A600 Digital Camera

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Video recording


Ok this is generally caused by the "Frame Rate" usually for full motion video faster is better and about 25 frames a second will give OK picture.. with say 30 frames a second being better, faster means more CPU usaeage too. You need to use the program to "Set" the frame Rate. You could try my old Favorite Amcap here.http://www.freewarezoom.com/archives/amcap This will at least allow you to test stuff.

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