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Setting to store images on memory card

Anyone know how to change the settings from storing images directly to camera onto memory card instead.
Anyone got a electronic manual

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There shouldn't be a setting for this. Cameras have an automatic switch that when a memory card is detected it automatical puts it there and once it's full it uses the onboard memory.

If it is going straight to memory when you put the card in then your camera is not recognizing the card when you insert it. This is caused by the camera's inability to handle a high capacity card. Meaning if you put like a 2 to 4 gb card it has to much memory for the camera to use.

Try using a smaller memory and if this fails then your internal card reader is bad and needs to be fixed.

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