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When I turn on my DMC LZ10 and try to take a picture (on any setting) I get message: "Memory card full" - I have three good memory cards that work in other cameras and they are unlocked- but same message occurs with any, so it seems something is not right with the camera itself, Or I am not doing something right....any advice greatly appreciated.

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I've gone into the owners manual for your camera and respectfully disagree with Panasonic's faults idea that you don't have to format the media card. Formatting the camera SD memory card is what you need to do. Any new memory card or any memory card that has been cleaned (formatted) in a computer or used in another camera must be formatted. I fully believe that if you format the memory card you are attempting to use your problem will end. I've done a screen shot here to show you what icon you need to find to perform this formatting.
when I turn on my DMC LZ10 and try to take a - tri3mast_45.jpg

This will solve your problem

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