Pictures cant be viewed says no image-then wont take pics says card full?
Im not sure what happened, but when I turn on my camera it says no Image when I try to view the pictures, then when I try to take a picture it says Card is full. I really dont want to lose these photos what do I do to get them off??
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Re: Pictures cant be viewed says no image-then wont take...
Try the memory card in a card reader and plug it into a computer. see if the computer can detect the card and the contents in it. if it does detect it then that means there is a problem with the camera not recognizing the card or files in it. if it does not detect it in the computer that means the memory card of the camera is the one having problems.
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If by that you mean some pictures are OK and some are blank/no image available... that usually happens when the pictures have been edited (could be accidentally by rotating it while viewing it) in a computer OR the pictures are not properly deleted. So, when viewing pictures from your camera to your computer, it is always better to copy all of them first to your computer then you can view/edit the copied files.
To correct the problem, copy ALL the pictures to your computer and then format your memory card using your camera.
Note: all pictures on your memory card will be deleted when you format it.
because the image is digital, the camera will ALWAYS stamp the date into whats called the 'metadata'. you wont see it on the actual image but there are many ways to view it.. if you have a mac, just right click the image and "get info". if you want the date visually stamped on the actual image, go to your camera settings and turn that option on. im not sure what model you have, but it should be an option
In order to solve the problem you need to transfer pictures from the internal memory to the SD card and thereafter you will be able to delete the pics in the internal memory.
How do I transfer pictures from the internal memory of my KODAK Digital Camera to a memory card?
Follow these steps:
On the camera, press Review and then Menu.
Select Image Storage.
Change to Internal Memory.
In the menu listing, scroll down to Copy, and select OK.
Select a single picture, or select All.
When you have finished copying pictures, reset the Image Storage location to your original setting.
i was taking picturres with my canon A470 digital camera and when i
review the pictures that i take, the pics were very bright that you
cant view well the pics. what is the problem with it? it just suddenly
happened like this.
Sounds like the card has died. unfortunatly this can happen. and could be caused by a number of things including static.
you can maybe try a disk repair in windows.
hit your windows key and press r at the same time. in the command line type CMD and hit enter, it will open up a DOS window. type CHKDSK ?: /f where teh question mark is, is the drive letter that windows has assigned the card when you insert it. if it is an error that is repairible this might work.
You can try a different memory card, but I don't think the problem is memory card, if pictures look scrambled, and colors and brightness are not uniform, that is either a problem with CCD sensor (optic sensor that takes the picture), or logic board. In either case, this is not an easy repair.
Reset the camera to default settings from camera menu, and try a different memory card, but the camera will probably need to be sent in for repairs.
The card may have been ruined if the battery died in the middle of taking a picture. If the card looses power during data trasfer it damages it. You could try formating the card or you may just need to get a new one. Be sure this is the problem before you format it. Because you will loose all the pictures on it.
Does the camera have internal memory? The folder name might not match the folder you or the camera are looking for. REmove mem card and see if the pics are still on the camera, if so, then try again without the card in. try and see the card in "mass media storage" mode on your PC. Reformat the card in the camera after you get the pics off to reset the folder name.
TRy and reformat the CF card through the camera. Youll lose the pics for sure but you cant see them anyway. You can also check for bent pins in the CF slot. Sometimes if you shut down the camera in mid write to the card, itll mess up the cards FAT (file directory)