Answer from Dtracer .
\nA 128mb memory car would hold about 70 4mp photos. But it depends how many mp (mega pixels) you camera has. Hope this helps you\n.
\ndtracer (i wou…ld be grateful for any points given) (MORE)
On board memory is what is designed into the camera and is not removable like a card. As far as video on 128 MB, the time is more likely rated in minutes and not hours. But it… will vary according to the image quality, so check the manual or users guide. Srobidoux (MORE)
It depends on how may megapixels your camera is, which depends on the sizes of the images. Based on a pro camera, each image is 3mb, for example, before editing occurs. So in …that case, this particular frame would hold 42 or so images without being downsized. (MORE)
That is a difficult question. The short answer is: depends on the camera/manufacturer/quality settings/filetype. It depends on how the camera processes the image and saves it,… for example many cameras provide options as GOOD, FINE, etc. refering to the quality of the file (JPG, TIFF, etc.). So even if the resolution of the image be 10 Mpix the quality setting will affect its final file size. Also the filetype is an important factor, a JPG file will take much less space than a RAW file. Furthermore, even using the same resolution, quality settings, filetype, and camera brand, different models can produce different size images. But to give you an idea, my camera can hold as much as 400 10 Mpix images using JPG at best quality on a 2GB SD card. So, there you have it, hope that helps. (MORE)
It depends on the quality of the photographs and the megapixels of the camera. Without this information all we can do is hazard an inaccurate guess. On average one picture …is 1mb. Unless the megapixels of your camera is higher quality. If each image was 1mb, you can store around 70 images on a 70mb memory card. (MORE)