I think ytou hjave the same problem I have with the memory card. It is probably too big for the camera. I'll bet if you drop down to a 16 bit card, you will be ok. In my case, I was wanting to use my camera as a movie camera, rather than having to take two cameras on a trip. Guess I am back to taking the two cameras, as the digital film is less expensive than taking a whole bundle of 16 gig cards!
Thank you for posting.
If you've used this card for a while and if it's been a while since you formatted the card, some of your images may have become corrupt. To resolve this, I recommend saving all images and movies to your computer, then formatting the memory card, in the camera and using the low-level option. Here's how:
- We recommend that you perform low level formatting when you think that the recording/reading speed of a memory card has dropped, and when you want to erase data completely.
- When performing low level formatting, select [Low Level Format], and then operate the <directional buttons> left or right to display the () mark.
- Low level formatting may take longer than standard formatting, since all recorded data are erased.