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Sony dsc-p32 memory limitation?

Net effect: While taking a video with a 1 GB mem stick - got message I was out of memory - checked on my PC - still had 600 MB - only used around 240 MB.

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Hello, please give me the details of the memory stick. Brand, where did you by it? If it is not the original one... (there are some copies of bad quality - smaller capacity). Thank you, Arpi

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I have an sony cybershoot DSC-T 100 8.1 mega pixels I just got a memory stick pro dud 2GB of sony I turned my camera on, and I get memory stick error C:13:01 blinking. What is this, and how do

The root cause may be one of the below listed reason-

1.The internal memory has experienced a media error.Required measure to correct
this, "Turn the set power off and on again".

2.The internal memory has experienced a format error.Required measure to correct
this,"Format the internal memory."Please my blog for more.
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I have a Sony digital camera model # DSC S75. I would like the largest memory stick available for still photos. I get confused with GM and MB. I found one for 32 GB, is that the lrgest and about how much...

I did a bit of research on this, and you're going to have to be very careful. Your camera is only compatible with the very first generation of "memory stick". That sounds like a generic term, but it's actually a Sony specification. Please take a look at the wikipedia page on memory stick, and note all the newer versions. Also note that the 'memory stick' is no longer manufactured. Here is a list of memory sizes, I agree that the Mb and Gb are confusing. Each one is double the size of the one before.

8 Mb
16 Mb
32 Mb
64 Mb
128 Mb
256 Mb
512 Mb
1 Gb
2 Gb
4 Gb
8 Gb
16 Gb
32 Gb
64 Gb

Now, you will have to find a genuine Sony "memory stick" and not the Pro, or Duo, or anything like that. When they were manufactured, the largest one was 128 Mb, so that is the limit for your camera. Anything in "Gb" or Gigabytes cannot be a memory stick. I did find 128Mb memory sticks on Amazon. The review page on DPreview will tell you how many pictures you can store on a card half the size, just double it.
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Bought used camera Sony Cyber Shot Model DSC-P32. What Memory Stick do I need?

You can use Memory Stick standard, pro or pro duo up to 2GB with the Camera.
    A dedicated adapter (MSAC-M2) must be attached to use Memory Stick Duo™ or MagicGate Memory Stick Duo media.

I have provided the Memory Stick compatibility chart for your reference.
http://esupport.sony.com/US/perl/support-info.pl?&info_id=12&mdl=DSCP32
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Sony DSC-P32 Memory Stick Error, "C:13:01"? When I went to review pics on memory card, camera would not scroll through and it would immediately shut off. Assuming it was the batteries, I...

Hi,

The C:13:01 error code is the self diagnosis display of the camera to identify the cause of the issue with the Camera. This error code indicates the issue with the medium used in the Camera. You can try few steps to check if the issue can be resolved.
Try using different Memory Stick in the Camera.
Make sure that the Memory Stick used is compatible with the Camera. (The maximum capacity that can be used in the Camera is of 2GB Memory Stick PRO Duo.)
Format the Memory Stick in the Camera and check if it works. (Formatting the Memory Stick will delete all the files saved in it).
This may happen if the files in the Memory Stick is damaged or corrupted.
Try turning the camera power off and on.
Remove and re-insert the Memory Stick several times.
Insert another Memory Stick in the Camera to check if the issue is with the particular Memory Stick.
Try resetting the Camera and check if it helps. To reset the Camera, press the RESET button located inside the jack cover using a sharp pointed object.

If the issue happens with different Memory Sticks after performing all the steps, service may be required.

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Please reduce memory stick size as 8 GB is too much for it and 2 GB would be fine in DSC-T500

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It sounds like you don't clear the stick after taking the pictures. Try re-formatting the stick through the camera menu.
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This can be the cause of your mem stick. Try formatting your mem stick or try restting your camera's setting. This restting might help to put everyting back to normal. And try to format the mem stick.
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DSC-W35 file error

It sounds like the memory stick would be full why not format it and limit your number of pictures to its capacity.  Download pictures to your PC to have more space.
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