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Internal memory My camery says "internal memory filled" and I cannot take any more pictures. What am I doing wrong?

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  • You need to go into the menu and change the memory from external to internal
  • Then you need to delete all the photos as you would normally. (Print or save them first if they are ones you want to keep!)
  • If you didn't already know, the internal memory of the camera can only take 15 pics. This will be the space you get back when you have deleted all the photos
  • Don't forget to change back to the external memory if you are continuing to use a memory card

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