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Internal Memory is Full

This camera is brand new - I have a memory card in and have only taken 7 pictures. I'm getting the internal memory full message.

Please advise.

Anne

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  • atm58 Jan 26, 2009

    Where is the image storage info? I went to review, then menu, and it says change to internal or exit review. I have exit review highlighted - is this okay?

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Go into review, and then menu. Go to image storage and then set "auto" or memory card. You may have it set to store your images in the internal memory.

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  • Anonymous Jan 26, 2009

    Yes. Have you tried copying your internal images to your memory card? review - menu - copy - all.

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