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My Stylus 1030 SW says it's full after only 8-10 pictures. I am wondering if it needs to be set to a lower quality resolution or is my storage card (brand new) defective?

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Hi,

Maybe your memory card or storage card is weak. You should try a bigger memory capacity.

Thank You.

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