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Capture Error I can successfully take about 10 photos and then get either garbled weird images or a "capture error". I've updated firmware hoping that would help but to no avail. The only way I can continue to take pictures is to reformat the flashcards. I thought at first it was the card but then purchased another card and when I put that in, when it wrote the image it was all just garbled as before. HELP PLEASE!

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Re: Capture Error

This is somewhat of a long-shot, but try formatting both of your cards in your camera. I once bought a digital camera and tore my hair out with similar symptoms until I formatted the card in the camera. If the problem persists, I'd call Kodak. Good luck!!

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