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Camera says no memory after taking only 4 pics.

I'm new at the digital camera thing. Optional memory card available. After taking 4 pictures with no card it says no memory available. Does this camera only take 4 pictures??? I plan to get a memory card but I thought it would be able to take more than that without one.

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Camera has built-in memory but its small in capacity. Buy new memory card and install it in camera slot and memory card will hold more picture data. Regarding pictures quantity, it depends what size of memory card like...1GB, 2GB etc. greater size, more storage.

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