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Kim Hendricks Posted on Jun 18, 2007

Deleting pictures I can't find my book on how to delet picture from my camera. I also am not sure which port to plug into to download my pictures. Can you email me the instructions? Thank you for your help regarding this matter. Kim

  • Kim Hendricks Jun 18, 2007

    This site woild not open. Kim

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Below is a link to the owner's manual for your camera. Cheers. http://www.polaroid.com/service/userguides/digital/cameras/ion_ug_en.pdf

  • Anonymous Jun 19, 2007

    Sorry that weren't able to open up the PDF file.

    Delete single image
    1.Press the Mode Button until "CL" appears on the LCD.
    2.Press the Shutter Button and the "CL" starts flashing.
    3.Press the Shutter Button again while "CL" is flashing. The last image taken will be deleted.

    Delete all images
    1.Press the Mode Button until "CA" appears on the LCD.
    2.Press the Shutter Button and the "CA" starts flashing.
    3.Press the Shutter Button again to delete all images stored in your ION® Digital Camera.

    The USB cable allows you to upload images from the ION® Digital Camera to your PC or Mac. One end of the cable connects to the USB port on the side of the ION® Digital Camera and the other end connects to your PC?s or Mac?s USB port. When your ION® Digital Camera is connected to your PC or Mac, it will draw power from the PC in order to preserve your battery life.

    The USB port can be found on the front or back panel of your PC or Mac. Look for a symbol that resembles a pitchfork laying sideways next to the connection port. (Also see your PC or Mac operating manual for the location of your USB connection port.)

    If you need a USB cable, you will need an "A" to "B" type. The "A" side goes to the computer and the "B" side to the camera.

    If you need more information, please post an email address in order for me to send a user's manual for your camera to you. Also, you will need Adobe Reader in order to view the PDF file that I send. Adobe Reader can be found at www.adobe.com and it's free.

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I have a Panasonic Lumix DMC L580 and it states that the memory is full. As i dont have a manual how do i delete what is held in the memory please cheers

Are you sure of the model number? I can't find anything about a Lumix DMC-L580. There is a Lumix DMC-LS80. Make sure that you save any pictures before deleting them. Also make sure to have fresh batteries or the camera connected to AC power. If the camera runs out of power, the process will not complete.

To delete pictures from the internal memory, slide the recording/playback switch down. (The switch to the upper left of the arrow keys on the back.) This puts the camera in Play Back Mode. Use the Up/Down arrows (if needed) to select normal playback mode and press Menu/Set (in the center of the arrow keys). The delete button is the one on the right side below the arrow keys. Use the left/right buttons to select a single picture. Press delete. Press the left arrow to highlight Yes. Then press Menu/Set to confirm deleting the image. To delete multiple pictures, use the down arrow to get to Multi Delete or All Delete (instead of the left arrow). Press Menu/Set.

For All Delete, you may see an option to choose All Delete or All Delete except (star). The star indicates Favorites. If needed, pick one, press Menu/Set. Use the left arrow to select Yes and press Menu/Set again.

For Multi delete, use the left and right arrows to navigate through the stored pictures. Press the down arrow to select an image to delete. When you have marked all of the pictures that you want to delete, press Delete again. Press the up arrow to select Yes and press Menu/Set to initiate deleting these pictures. (Note: if a picture is protected, pressing the down arrow will result in On icon blinking red.)

The manual for DMC-LS80 is available from Panasonic support here: https://www.panasonic.com/au/support/manual-download/imaging/lumix-cameras/dmc-ls80.html . The current link to the manual is https://www.panasonic.com/content/dam/Panasonic/support_manual/Digital_Still_Camera/English_02-vqt3-vqt9_other/DMC-LS80%20Operating%20Instructions.pdf . See page 20 for the section on selecting the mode. See page 35 for deleting pictures.

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells
(if you have a memory card in the camera, you will need to do the delete steps in two steps. Delete all (or multi) pictures from the internal memory and the memory card separately.)
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When transfering to computer does it empty the Camera?

That depends on how you transfer the pictures. Most programs simply copy them, without deleting the originals. Some give you the option of deleting the originals after the copy. I recommend against using this, since you're going to want to make sure you've got them copied before deleting the originals.

If you want to delete the pictures, format the memory card AFTER you finish the transfer.
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When I go to upload my pictures to my computer, it tells me the some pictures are already in my address book, not sure what that is, but all the pictures are new. It uploads maybe 2/3 of the new pictues...

Personally I wouldn't be using the camera software if it's deleting images without the command to do so.

What you can do is purchase a card reader with multiple memory card ports that way when you do get another camera the reader will have the port for the memory card.

Anyway the reader plugs into a USB port on your computer and looks at the reader as an external hard drive (Mass storage device) Depending on your operating system you should have an application called "My Documents" Open a new folder I generally use the date and img. then insert the memory card into the reader and the computer will either bring it up on the desk top as a hard drive or you may need to co fetch it in "My Computer" (I don't know your system) once that's done you can open the picture files copy and paste them into the new folder. Then you just need to open your camera software program and click on open and go to that file.

Once you have your pictures secured on the computer Hard Drive then format the memory card.

Formatting clears all the surface and makes the memory card ready to accept new picture data.

I suspect you have been deleting pictures and deleting pictures again and again well, you should be formatting after each time you download the pictures to the computer.

I know that will solve the problem and you can use the same system when you get a new camera
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How do you delete multiple images from camera?

Are the pictures on a memory card? In that case, you're much better off formatting the card. If you continue to delete unwanted pictures, you'll fragment the card and ultimately you'll have problems. Every day somebody posts here with that problem. Formatting cleans things up.

If the pictures are in internal memory, select Internal Memory Tool from the Setup menu, and you can format the internal memory, deleting all the pictures. My earlier comments hold true here as well.

If you insist on keeping some pictures and deleting others, then go into the index (thumbnail) mode. Press the trashcan button, then select [Select] with up/down, then press *. Select images with the arrows, then press * to display the delete indicator on the selected pictures, Press the trashcan, select [OK], then press *.
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All my pictures on camera are gone! How do I "see" the card on my mac computer to find them again?

When you import pictures into iPhoto there is a setting for deleting the imported pictures from the camera. Be sure to uncheck that setting if you want to keep the pictures on the camera after importing them into iPhoto.
To see the pictures (if any) without iPhoto, obtain a SD card reader (as little as $2 on Amazon) and plug the card from your camera into it, and the adapter into a USB port on the camera.
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Not able to 'delete' a picture from my Lumix TZ3

Sounds like a MobileMate quirk Tanya. Use your USB cable connection to your PC/Camera interface and delete pics that way too see if this funny goes away.

If it does, and I believe it will, then it is a SanDisk issue not revising the File Allocation Table(FAT) after deleting the Pic File on the mem card.

You could also find out if this is just an SDHC SD card reader issue by using an older less dense standard 1 or 2Meg non-SDHC mem card in the reader and see if issue goes away.

The fallback of course to view and delete the pics on the camera before download, or download pics then note which pic file numbers you want deleted after viewing on PC, then put SD card back in camera and delete them there.

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I have a book. I can scan it and send it to you if you are interested. I love this camera more than my other digital. OK

Instructions to reset the photo count on the camera is basically deleting what pics are still there.

Step 1: On top of the camera is a mode button, push the button and the word All will appear.

Step 2: Press the select button until you hear 2 beeps.

Step 3: The camera will delete all pictures and the pictures and the picture counter will refresh to "0".

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Step 1: Press mode select to LSE

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Emmmeee,

I had the same problem with my digital cam/corder! An alternative solution to deleting pictures off the camera is, trickily enough, through your computer! This may be a bit of a hassle as you have preloaded your pics. What you will need to do is redownload your pics. You should be asked the option of deleting your pictures after download, and you click on the box.
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