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Copy files from the built-in memory to sd memory card by using camera function?

I want to know how? because i saw the built-in memory is full.. but i can't delete it, because the pictures are very important.

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Go to playback menu, then down to copy function.

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I have taken the sd card out of the camera, downloaded to my computer and now the camera will not read the sd card? Please help


Hi John,

First, make sure you have the photos on the computer. Once you know they are - then you know you have a working copy of them.

The problem you're describing can be the result of MOVING the files - rather than COPYING the files. Moving is the process of moving the original files from the card and putting them on the PC - while copying leaves the original files on the card and creates a copy on the PC. If you MOVED them then you shouldn't expect to see the original files on the card any longer.

If you copied them and the card no longer shows them or if you copied or moved them and the card is no longer visible the card may have been removed before it completed the file move / copy operation. You should only remove a card / usb drive / similar device when a message pops up saying it is safe to do so.

If: 1) there are no files visible, 2) the card can no longer be read or 3) your computer says the card needs to be formatted first - you may need to do that in an attempt to make the card useable again. If you do not have a copy of the files on your PC - try to copy them to another PC before formatting the card. If you can not get copies of the pictures / files on a 2nd PC, the files / pictures on the card are likely lost. You may find utilities than can restore them however (see link below)

recover pictures from memory card Google Search

Good memory card management includes 1) copying files from memory cards, 2) verifying that they have transferred successfully *and* finally 3) formatting the memory card *in* the camera; *not* the PC. Most cameras offer options to format cards - which is superior to simply deleting files or formatting in a PC. The camera tends to set the card up for its own use - rather than for a PC's use. Formatting the card in the camera can introduce subtle differences that make it worthwhile to do.

Not as much a big deal nowadays - but older devices, cameras, etc. can read / write only to "straight" SD cards. Today, there are SDHC and SDXC types. Make *sure* that you're using the type card your camera expects. Using an SDHC or SDXC card can have unpredictable results when used in devices that expect the older, "straight" SD (no "HC" and no "XC" suffix) type cards. More details about card types can be found linked below:

Back to Basics The Difference Between SD SDHC SDXC and Which is Best for...

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Camera will not allow me to "copy" photos to transfer from internal memory to SD card?


You may be able to connect the camera to a computer and access the picture files that way. Also make sure the SD card isn't close to full.

Jan 01, 2014 | Panasonic Lumix DMC-ZS3 Digital Camera

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Built in memory


I thought I already answered this one yesterday. But here it comes again. In the manual on page 73:
Copy to Card (Copy internal memory to memory card)
Use this setting to copy the files stored in the internal memory to the memory card.
  1. Select the Copy to memory card setting from the Setup menu as described previously.
  2. Use the Up/Down navigation buttons to select Yes or No. Then press the (Func Ok) button to confirm.

Don't forget to format the memory card first. do it in the camera and not in a FC or MAC. Be sure you are using the right memory card. You can use a SD or a SDHC card. Don't try a SDXC card, because it is to big and the camera software can't handle these cards.

Nov 11, 2013 | General Electric A1250 Digital Camera

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My images are on the camera's memory and not on the SD card. I want to upload them to my iPad with my card reader. How can I transfer them from the camera's memory to the card?


You can use the Copy command in the Playback menu to copy your images from the internal memory to the SD card. Full details are in the "Copying Files" section of the manual (page 95 in my copy). If you need a manual, you may download a copy here.

Apr 21, 2012 | Pentax Optio S4 Digital Camera

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I have a camcorder Panasonic SDR-T55 and want to copy my pictures from built in memory into sd card but I don't know . Please help


You may not have that option.Most camcorders give you the option to either record to the built in memory or the SD card Flash Memory.The option to copy from the internal to SD card is device option. You can use USB, AV , cables to convert files to DVD or other formats to copy to Flash Media or DVD/ VCD/DVD RAM.Good Luck.

Jul 29, 2011 | Panasonic Video Cameras

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Hi, I took some great pictures recently before i realised my kids had removed the SD card, the camera came with a cradle to charge the battery and to download the pictures, this cradle is now broken, is it...


You can't copy individual files, but you can copy all files from internal memory to an SD card.
  1. Load the card to which you want to copy.
  2. Turn on the camera, enter the Play mode, and press MENU.
  3. Select "Copy" and press right-arrow.
  4. Use up/down-arrows to select "Built in -> Card" and press SET.
For full details, refer to page 203 of the manual.

Aug 31, 2010 | Casio Exilim EX-Z1200 Digital Camera

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DMC-FX55 memory problem


Press menu/set...playback menu....select "copy" Make the choice to copy the internal memory to the card and select "yes".

Jun 30, 2010 | Panasonic Lumix DMC-LZ2 Digital Camera

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Just bought a new Lumix DMC-FH22. Inserted an SD


http://www.panasonic.com.au/products/details.cfm?objectID=5485
Please go to this above site and download your user manual, and drivers, inside the manual the operation you describe is addressed inside. Usually though, the SD card is only used when the Camera's memory is "Full" Or there may be a function to transfer to SD card, but usually one simply need an increase in memory, and to get the photos one uses the software and downloads to a PC, or where ever and it doesn't matter where it is stored.

May 15, 2010 | Cameras

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How do i get the pictures from my camera to the memory card


the question I ask is why would you want to do this?

The camera has XX Mb of memory in case the card becomes full. Generally one downloads the pics on to a PC and deletes the Camera files to start again

If you want to keep the pic files in memory and save them tpo your pc. remove the card for safety.. Interrogate your camera via the connection cord and the software it came with. Download the folder with the pics in memory to your PC. Then delete the files on the camera. Insert the SD card and In menu, set up to save files to SD card rather than memory while there is space.

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Apr 16, 2010 | Samsung L200 Digital Camera

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My internal memory is full and I can't take picturs.


Put a card in this camera, and copy from the internal memory to the card all the pictures.

Most cameras have an internal menu to allow you to transfer or copy all files to the SD card (if you can copy the files, then copy them and delete all internal files after copy).
This digital camera has an internal memory of 16 megabytes which is a lot. But if the memory is full, it has to be copied, or delete some pictures.




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