Question about Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-P200 Digital Camera

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4mb memory stick says i have no space only took 8 photos

I only took 8 photos. how is my 4 MB memory stick full already?

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What do you meam? dont forget your camera is 7.2 mega pixel one pic can range from 1.0mb to 3mb depends how much detailes on pic....so getting 8 pics to 4mb ...i dont know how you managed that....maybe you selected less pixels in your camera settings...with that memory stick you should only fit three pics max with 7.2 setting....hope that helps

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Are you supposed to use that big Memory Stick? I think the limit is 2GB with this camera. (Sony Cybershot P200)

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