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Internal stoage loss. Protax dc 1200 digital camera

On 3,5 or 12 megapixels, you take 3 photo's and camera's storage media indicator flashes and it won't take anymore photo's.Is it worth trying to do anything with it's 5 weeks old.

Posted by lindsay ross walker on

  • lindsay ross walker Nov 07, 2007

    the camera used to take lots of photo's in the media storage,then next day no storage. can the storage be rebooted on the pc.I know that it still runs ok with a sd card
    regards L R W

  • lindsay ross walker Nov 07, 2007

    IT RUNS o k with sd card seems to have lost its media storage some where.
    regards L R W

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Buy a 2GB SD card. This is the maximum memory size the camera can take.

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Hi,

It is possible that the camera's internal storage media has a limited capacity ( I was made to understand only 32mb). Perhaps what you need to do is use an add-on SC Card to the memory with a bigger capacity, say 1Gb.

It is also possible that you simply need to re-format the memory card/storage.

In some models/versions, settings such as in SHQ (super high quality) while in 12 megapixels or high image resolution (4036 X 3026) or such a combination would result in an image size that is quite big and therefore would occupy a big portion of the memory.

Hope this be of some help/idea. Pls post back how things turned out or should you need additional information.

Good luck and kind regards.

Posted on Nov 06, 2007

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    Louie Role Nov 07, 2007

    Hi again,

    A memory Card Reader attached via USB to your PC would give you access to the memory card. The memory card will be treated by the PC as a removable storage device. Having said that, you then of course can view, copy, paste, diagnose, repair, format, scandisk etc.

    Additionally, you can check properties of the card, its contents and verify if files are still intact and which ones have such big file sizes.

    Cheers.

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