card full status

by james
(indiana)


I've used 3 different cards, take one photo, states card is full?? I am using a EOS rebel T1i.any suggestions?

Thanks for your question James.

Have you tried formatting the cards while in the camera?

The Rebel T1i (also known as the EOS 500D) is now over 5 years old. Still a really good camera, but it may need to be serviced by a Canon authorized service center.

I have no personal experience with this camera or an issue like this.

I recently invested about $300 for an overhaul of my original Canon 5D. It is something we don't want to do, but DSLR cameras are like cars, they do need maintenance.

Here is the link: Canon Service Centers

Hope that helps and that you have a spare while you are getting you T1i reparied.

Good Luck,

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