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Old 26th June 2012
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Re: E-PL3 enigma

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Originally Posted by pandora View Post
While in Melbourne over the past 5 days I had unwittingly left the SD card in my laptop back at the hotel when I took the E-PL3 out for a shoot.

Can anyone explain why the first 20 exposures or so appeared to be writing to media before the "No Card" warning appeared on screen ?

Does the camera have an default memory that will write a limited number of images before the warning appears ?

If so, then how are these images accessed ?
I think that model might have a 2GB internal memory (I might be thinking of one of the ultrazoom P&S in our house). I'll check the specs & manual. Edit: Nah, I just checked & there is no internal memory. Sorry.

I did that the other day with my E-M5 of some birds (the feathered kind ), only to discover there was no card.
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