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If you say memory card error, I ever met this problem too but, in the digital camera canon ixus 400. The solution for this problem is disassamble the camera until you find the card memory slot. Clean the memory card slot with brush. If you think is not enough, you can use liquid like "thiner" ( I don't know thiner in english, I'm indonesianese). Don't forget also check the "kawat" (thin hard wired?) in the memory card slot. If you see the "kawat" is/are bent, you can straight it. May be sometime i will get a picture when I meet the same problem again. And, i will post at my blog. I hope is usefull for you Hayley.
You can either change the resolution of the pictures you take to a lower level. This will give you more picture to take on your memory card. You can get a bigger memory card and that will give you more shots.
Go to the Olympus site to "downloads" for the C-50 for instructions and they will upgrade the Camera free and pay the return shipping,you need the product code and sales reciept for the card packed with the camera it takes about 10 days. Jarg1@gwi.net
You may have turned off the viewing screen mode.
I've turned my off just to save the battery. There should be a setting/mode so that can at least scroll thru to view the images you've shot.
As for the Busy Message my best guess is the memory cards full. My camera (a kodak) has the option to save images to a very small, useless internal memory or another card. Perhaps yours offers same - so switch to large memory.
As for zooming in as close as you can, you may want to visit a state that's closer.
Yea as you can see the zooms on the Point & Shoot cameras are very limited. Its only good for zooming into things that are just a very short distance away.
Digital zoom in the camera means nothing. You can't create detail
that isn't there. Enlarging and sharpening on the PC can produce
much better results than in-camera digital zoom - no more real detail,
but a better illusion of detail by enhancing edges.
You can print up to about 8x10 with the 2100 or 11x14 with the
3040, but a zoomed in 2100 8x10 will probably be a more spectacular
picture than the 3040's 11x14, unless you can get equivalently close
to your subject.
Also, the more precise viewfinder of the 2100 can make up for the
difference in resolution. With the 3040, you are more likely to need
to crop to print your desired view (unless you can use the LCD), since
you can't see exactly what you are going to get when using the
optical viewfinder and will tend to get more periphery than you want.