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I was using my camera with no problems at all - it was fully charged and took some pictures. When I got home and turned the camera back on, I got a message telling me the memory card was full. I actually at least 100 pictures left. When I tried to view my pictures, it told me that there was no image. Does this mean that I somehow lost all my pictures and if so, is it something I did?
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You could take your camera's card to one of those stores that have the machines for printing digital pictures and check if it can find your images. Was it only the images from that particular shoot that you can't see? If you have no success, perhaps get your camera checked at a camera store, they have more expertise than an electronics store.

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