e2 problem

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  1. kjstaudt86

    kjstaudt86 Die Hard Bowhunter

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    So, I love my Bushnell E2's. I have several of them. I pulled my card over the weekend and my camera acted like I was out of memory on my sd card when I know I had plenty left on the card. Most of the time I use an 8gb high performance card. I had like 1800 (somewhere around there) pictures and it separated my pics into 3 different folders, which it normally does if I have a lot of pictures. The camera was still running and last time it took pictures was on the 26th of May. I picked up the sd card on Friday June 8th. The battery is on the last cell though.

    Do you think I had a faulty sd card? or is it possibly my battery being low causing the issue. Anyone have experience with the E2s on this?
     
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    bowhtr1 Weekend Warrior

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    They do crazy things when the batteries get low. I would also do a full format of the sd card on a computer. Make sure to uncheck the quick format box when doing the format.

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    Mpeck2892 Weekend Warrior

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    I have had mine show that it hasn’t taken any pics before, but when I check the card it has lots of pics on it and up to date. I have 2 of the e2’s and I think I had it happen on both of them last year, haven’t put them out this year to see if they still do that or not.
     
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    kjstaudt86 Die Hard Bowhunter

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    It's very possible my card may have been full. After looking back I think I only had a 4gb card and with 1800 pics and size of the megapixels. I'm going to swap out the batteries and make sure I have a larger memory card next time for it.
     
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