Eswoope and / or Johnnydeerhunter,
I hunt two or three places a considerable distance from home (state or two) and therefore I set the cameras to "overwrite" should the SD-cards run out of space. Had local camera close to home taking and sending like clockwork for months. One day it quit sending pictures. Gave status reports like it was suppose to, but no wireless/ap pictures. Drove over and opened the camera up, formatted the SD-card, slid the on-off-set switch to run and went back online sending like it always has. I didn't think to check the SD-card before I formatted it to see if it had any unsent pictures on it. The same camera hasn't missed a picture or had any miscues for months before and after the SD-card filling up. My question is when an SD-card is full and the camera is set to "overwrite" does a camera keep sending wireless pictures to the ap? I'm keeping in mind that I probably need to always need to manually set the camera to "overwrite" during the setup process before I hang it.
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