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How many pictures can a 19.5mb memory card hold?
It does depend on your camera and amount of megapixels. If you're doing mostly still shots, 2gb can range from holding 200 to 900 photos. If you have a Lexar card it is usuall…y around 560
The correct answer to this question is, "It all depends." Every camera resolution saves photographs of a particular size, and depending on your camera's resolution you ca…n calculate the image size. As an example, a 4 megapixel camera, saves a 300 kilobyte file. So you calculate the capacity of your memory card as (1024x256)/300 = 800 images 1024 kilobytes make 1MB. 1024 multiplied by 256 gives you the capacity of your memory card in kilobytes. Divide that, by the size of your photograph, to arrive at the number of pictures your memory card can store. In my 12 megapixel Nikon D300 camera, I get jpeg images that are about 2.5mb, which in kilobytes workes out to about 2560kilobytes. This in turn means that a 256 mb card can hold (1024x256)/2560= 102 photographs or so...
It depends what pixel camera you have...be more specific!!
An 8 gb card can hold way more pictures than one would take over a weekend.
It depends on the image size and the memory card size. This can range from 50 to several thousand.
The capacity of a card indicates the maximum amount of data that can be stored (less some space for the card's own use). Megapixel (MP) count refers to the maximum res…olution of the camera's sensor -- its ability to record detail. The number of images that can be recorded on a card of a given size is only indirectly related to the capacity of the card, which is measured in Kilobytes (KB) or Megabytes (MB), not MP. That will vary according to the image itself, and to the camera's settings. For example: My Pentax K10D, with a 10.1 MP sensor and using a 4 GB card, will record approximately 821 images at the highest resolution (10 MP) and a "Fine" resolution setting. The same camera, with the same sensor and same card, will record 10,000-plus images at the lowest resolution (2 MP) and the "Low" resolution setting. Practically all cameras have this ability to change the resolution settings, and thus the sizes of the image files that are stored on the card. So, you can see that it is only possible to answer your question in very general terms: The higher the capacity of the card, the more images you can store at whatever camera settings. And, as you can see above, even at the highest settings with a high MP count, you can take a lot of pictures! One thing to think about: storage cards can and do fail. It is better to have two 1 GB cards than one 2 GB card, unless you plan to shoot a whole lot of video. That way if one fails, you can keep shooting and worry about retrieving the images off the other card later.
Depends on the file size. I hope you mean gigabyte
it depends on what size the photos are. If you have a maybe 5 gb or 8gb camera you wont fit a lot on a 2Gb memory card. It varies from about 40 to several thousand, depen…ding on file type, resolution and compression. Top end JPEGS on a 6 MB camera would fit about 600 on a 2 GB card. Cameras are rated in megapixels, not gb as above; certainly most cameras these days are in the range of 5 megapixels to 12 megapixels.
MP = Mega Pixels 3 MP = 4000 5 MP = 3000 8 MP = 2000 10 MP = 1500 12 MP = 1000 The more mega pixels there are, the less amount of photos it can hold.
About 8000 pictures depending on the quality of pictures. Higher quality = bigger file, less pictures. Lower quality = smaller file, more pictures.
The average photo is 0.293 MB. Converted to GB, 0.293MB is 0.0002861328125GB. To find out how much a 16GB memory card can hold, simply divide 16 by 0.0002861328125. The answe…r is 55198.09. Therefore, a 16gb memory card can hold approximately 55 198 pictures, assuming the average photo size is 0.293 MB. However, keep in mind that memory cards are never exactly 16gb, and will most often be slightly less (like 15.2 GB). Also, HD photos will take up more space, whereas lower resolution photos will take less space.
at least 6400
Depends on the amount of megapixels, if 4MP then then 22888. If 22MP then 4161, photos compressed. If uncompressed 4MP is 2288 and 22MP is 416. Then there is all the MP's in …between
It depends on the size of the pictures.
1/2 a picture. Are you sure the card is 8Mb and not 8GB.