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Re: internal stoage loss. Protax dc 1200 digital camera
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.
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Yes you can the easiest way is to plug a usb flash drive "at least 1GB" into your xbox 360 find it on settings tab >Storage... format it if it isn't already when it is formated remove from xbox 360 plug both usb flash drive and camera into pc/laptop then copy photos from camera onto usb flash drive. after your finished remove usb flash drive put it back into xbox 360 and you can move them to or from any formatted storage device including you hard drive
ALTERNATE WAY TO TRANSFER VIDEOS AND PHOTOS TO COMPUTER If your videos and photos are stored on the memory card, then remove the memory card from the camera and insert it into an USB memory card reader. Connect this USB memory card reader and memory card into the USB port of your working computer. Your computer will see this as an USB Mass Storage Device or an external storage device; you can then open the folder on the memory card and copy the photos to your computer. Memory card reader is a handy device and is inexpensive. You can copy photos from other cameras and you can also download photos off your memory card to someone else's computer without the need of installing any programs.
Features: Red-eye Correction
Camera Type: Compact
Resolution: 3.1 Megapixel
LCD Screen Size: 1.5 in.
Optical Zoom: Without Optical Zoom
Digital Zoom: 4x
Interchangeable Lens: Not Interchangeable Lenses
Optical Zoom: Without Optical Zoom
Focus Type: Autofocus
Macro Focus Range: 7.87 - 11.81 in. (w)
Focal Length: 6.1 - 18.3 mm
Image Sensor Type: CMOS
Camera Resolution: 3.1 Megapixel
Image Resolutions: 2560 x 1920 · 2048 x 1536 · 1600 x 1200
Video Resolutions: 640 x 480 (VGA)
Video Speed: 15 fps
Video Format: AVI
Aperture Range: f2.8/f4.8 (w/t)
White Balance: Auto · Daylight / Sunny (Preset) · Cloudy (Preset) · Fluorescent (Preset) · Tungsten (Preset)
Memory Type: Built-in · SD Card
Built-in Memory Size: 16 MB
Compression Type: JPEG
Flash Type: Built-In
Flash Functions: Flash Off · Auto Flash · Forced On
Viewfinder / Display
LCD Protected Position: Without LCD Protected Position
Interface Type: USB 1.1
Video Interface: Video Out
Battery Type: 2 x AAA Batteries
Built-in Microphone: With Built-in Microphone
Operating System: Microsoft Windows 2000 · Microsoft Windows 98SE · Microsoft Windows ME · Microsoft Windows XP
Width: 3.5 in.
Depth: 0.8 in.
Height: 2.44 in.
Family Line: Vivitar ViviCam
Product ID: 44609540
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Sounds like your camera has some pictures on its internal memory and is preventing the memory card from working. With no card in the camera, go into the menu and find "format" and follow the on-screen instructions to erase the internal memory. Then, your memory card should work.
You have to choose "Image storage" to "Internal" from the settings menu (Read the Manual). And there will be images there, delete them and then make the storage back to "Auto".
The camera writes quickly to internal memory, so even after you've filled the buffer (it holds four 3.1-megapixel shots), you can snap one more picture in just a few seconds. If i was helpful, kindly do Rate!
Common issue with the A8100fd. The most likely problem you are having is not enough light. Try shooting in bright sunlight to test the "graininess". Make sure you use the flash anytime the light is not bright. Even though the camera will shoot in low light (without flash), because it defaults to a high ISO setting, which (just like film) accentuates the "grain", or more properly termed in digital photography, "noise". Set the camera for a low ISO setting and use the flash whenever you see the "red hand" symbol on the screen.
Hi There Kyle, At the moment I have my friend's Kodak camera M1033 with me, because it has some minor problems. So Your camera model is quite the same as this one. So coming to your problem, go to the normal Photo mode and press the Menu button. There if you search then you'll find an option 'Image Storage'. Did u find it yet? Good. Now according to your problem, it must have been at 'Internal Memory', so set it to 'Auto' and you're good to go!
I generally depends upon the size of the picture that you are storing and the memory card that in the digital frame.
eg 128 MB photo frame ,would store close to 10 pictures at 8 megapixel resolution
My girlfirend just got me this camera and I've noticed that it takes fine pictures when the lighting is good. Under low light (i.e. underwater or in the dark) it's not so hot. I don't think there is a fix for that.