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Nikon D70 Memory

I am using a Nikon D70 for work, not used this camera before. I have the lowest settings for size of picture and yet the display is saying that I have 0 pictures left to be able to take, The camera shows that there are no photos on it, and also when plugged into the computer it shows no photos on the computer folder. What do I need to do to clear this problem and release the memory that I should have!

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Do you have a memory Card in it?

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See page 200:

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