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Cannot delete a photo from my card.

I can delete all the shots I've taken except my first?

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After reloading a card after your have transfered your photos to a computer, you should always format the card in the camera. Consult the manual on how to do this.
This makes sure all the photos are deleted and rectifies the file structure on the card to suit the camera, so you get maximum write speed and less chance of corrupting the card.

Posted on Jul 06, 2009

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