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Internal memory I can't take but 15 pictures before I get the "Internal memory is full " message. I am using a SD card and it works in other cameras.

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Your image storage location was set to 'Internal'. Even you inserted a card, it won't store to the card. You need to set it back to 'Defaulty', that means whenever ther is a card, image will be stored to the card, if no card, it will store to 'Internal'.

Click here to read the page (from Kodak web site), the page is one of the many pages from the CX7525 user manual and find the setting that you need to adjust.

Hope this can help.

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Check to see if the SD card is activated separately from the intermal memory. The details of how to do this should be in the user manual.

If you have no success, get in touch with the tech support for your camera.

If this cannot be resolved, it is possible to have a defect that can cause this. In this case the camera will require service.

Jerry G.

Posted on Jul 16, 2008

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