Question about Cameras
There may ba a couple of reasons for this - so check which you think most likely first.
If this is a new memory card, it may be too big for the camera. Some of the older models can't handle the larger sizes.
The memory may be corrupted. This is quite a common problem, but we haven't figered out if it is temperature, use or handling that is causing these errors.
The camera's driver may be sending out spurious faults. The way to correct this is by downloading a new driver for it, and reloading it.
Battery faults also give other problems too, so it's often wise to remove everything, then load up from scratch.
I hope one of these solves the problem for you.
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Posted on Jun 28, 2008
when on 6 millions pixels
now very slow when looking back at photo"s taken
if reduced to 1 million pixels
speeds up to normal speed
has any body any advise.
Posted on Sep 21, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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