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Pictures for some reason i can only take 16 pic's , i have a SD card 128 in it , not quite sure how to use that part

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Hi,
That should be good for about 200 pics.

Have you tried removing batteries and card and trying again?

You need to format the new card before use. There should be an option to do this from the menu.

Kodak's Tutorial for your camera is available HERE

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