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I have a Sanyo camera with memory card which usually takes over 100 photos, recently it has started to cut out at 60 photos, how do I solve this

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There's a number of things this could be.
I'm not a tech nerd, but I do know alot about certain things.
The few things that come to mind would be that somehow your camera is recording at a higher quality than it was before, using yup more space for each picture.

Also what comes to mind would be a similar situation. If you take a photo with alot of information (i.e. Leaves in the fall, with alot of diff. colors) it will take up more space than a plain picture (i.e. a picture of a wall with nothing on it) which again would cause you to run out of room faster.

The last and most likely cause for this would be that your memory needs to be formatted. With all kinds of technology storage, tiny bits of information are stored automatically onto the memory device. This takes up space, usually just a few bytes, but If you don't format very often, then it all could maybe add up. Formatting it might get rid of those unneeded bytes of info and just maybe clear up more space. usually most cameras have a format function in the menu, or you might be able to do it by plugging into the computer. Tell me if this helps :)

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