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Need to increas my picture stored on the camera withot and memory card?

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  • slomon-karen Apr 17, 2008

    i have and kodak easy share V803/V1003

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The only way to increase your picture capacity without adding a memory card would be to drop the quality of your pictures.
If you need help with this please give the make and model of your camera.
Thanks and good luck.

Posted on Apr 17, 2008

  • Amber Engman Apr 17, 2008

    Press Menu

    Choose "Picture Size"

    Once in Picture Size you will see some numbers to pick from:

    8.0 MP or 10 MP is the default --

    Pictures at the highest resolution,

    largest file size



    You Can go a low as 1.2 MP for your pictures.

    Just know that you sacrifice quality for quantity.



    Good Luck!

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