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My memory card is full. How do I unload pictures or do I need a new card??

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Hi,
You do not need to have another memory card.
All is needed to transfer picture files in computer then delete stored images in memory card through format memory option in camera menu to take/ store fresh pictures.
Connect camera with computer via usb cord or take out memory card from camera and plug it into memory card reader (that is widely available in stores) and hook it in usb port of computer to transfer pictures.
Let me know if you have additional question.
Thanks.

Posted on Oct 13, 2010

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