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Re: "Frame NO. Full"
Try going in to the "setup" menu and change the frame numbering from "continuous" to "renew", if it is not already done. Sounds like you are on the continuous setting which keeps adding numbers, even though you've erased many. Going to renew starts the numbering over so it keeps reusing previous numbers.
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In the English Manual on page 150 it says Frame no. full:
The frame number has reached 999-9999.
1 insert a formatted Memory Card into the camera.
2 Set RENEW as the FRAME NO. setting in the (SET) SET-UP menu (> p.117).
3 Start taking pictures (The frame number starts from "100-0001").
4 Set CONTINUOUS as the FRAME NO. setting in the (SET) SET-UP menu.
It doesn't say the memory is full, it says the frame number is full. Basically you've taken 9999 pictures and it doesn't know what to do with the file name. Look in the setup menu for a frame number reset, or a file number reset. If you can't find either of those, look for a general purpose reset function - it's usually right at the bottom near the card formatting function because you hardly ever use it.
You will have to manage the situation that you will now have duplicate file names, since it will start numbering from 0001 again. I suggest you archive all your current photos, and start anew somehow.
Your Counter has reached 999.999 Here's what you do. Make sure you have no pictures on your card to start with. Place the card in the camera and turn it on. Press "Menu" and go to the "Set" menu and select "Format". This will wipe your card completely clean. When this is done select "Frame No" in the set up menu and set it to "Renew". Now come out of the menu options and take a picture. When you review your picture the counter should read 100.001 Now go back to the set up menu and reselect "Frame no." and set to continuous ("Cont.") Happy snapping
To fix this go into Menu ---> Setup. From there there's a Frame Number setting. It is normally set to: Continuous. The other option is: Renew which evidently simply resets the picture count. After selecting Renew the error message disappears and the camera works perfectly again.
I had the same problem. Here's what I think is going on: the camera has a finite set of numbers that it can assign to pictures. If it is set to "continuous," then every picture that you take gets assigned a new number (even after you delete them off the card). To fix this, you need to set it to "renew" the picture numbers. Here's how to do this: Menu --> Setup --> Frame No. --> Renew.