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well 1 gigabyte is about 1.5 hours. scince 1 terabyte is 1000 gigabytes. then it should equale about 1,500 hours
It's tough to say specifically as each picture file size varies. At the highest quality setting, on the highest, currently available, general use camera, at worst your file si…ze would be about 1MB. At 1TB you'd be able to store over 1 million pictures . Remember your mileage will vary. If your pictures are taken at say 'half quality' you'll double your amount to 2 million and so on. On average though, you'll be able to store literally hundreds of thousands of pictures. P.S. DO NOT use only one hard drive for all of your pictures. If you do that, and you don't have a backup then your pictures are LOST FOREVER. If you're going to use one for a picture store, buy a second and make a copy. The extra 100 - 200 dollars you spend is worth not losing every picture you've ever taken.
1024gigabytes makes 1terabyte, just like 1024 bytes makes one kilobyte and 1024 kilobyte makes one megabyte.
It can hold up too 250,000 songs, 200,000 photos and 120 hours of video
A 1TB hard drive has a little more memory than 412 DVD-Rs. So you should be able to hold approximately 412 DVD-quality movies on your 1TB hard drive. If you are recording yo…ur own footage (and using your 1TB hard drive for editing/managing your files) then a 1TB hard drive can hold up to: 84 hours of HDV 1080i, 17 hours of DVCPro HD 1080i/60i or 13 hours of 8 bit Standard Definition.
1Tb refers to 1,000,000 Mb. This is the 'retail' 1Tb not the 'technical' value (which is 1024x1024 Mb). The average MP3 is about 5Mb so 1,000,000 / 5 = 200,000 songs.
250,000 or less depends on the quality & size as a 16mp photo will take up more space than a 2.3mp photo, a 1tb ehdd can hold over 200,000 2.3mp photos but only abut 170,000 …10mp ones. does that it explain it enough
Anywhere from 500 to 1000 pictures depending on quality.
1000 gb = 1tb
Well, i have a Kodac digital 7 mega pixel camera, with a 1GB card, and it holds about 708 pictures without any recorded video.
That depends on the size of the pictures, format, compression level, etc... but it'a about 1000 pictures from a decent quality modern camera saved as JPG.
It all depends on the quality of the pictures your taking but 8g on a standard digital camera will generally hold around 16,000 pics!!! And 8 g sandisks go for about 20 …beans on amazon so its well worth it.
Somewhere around 1,000 GB. Or even 1,000,000 MB. In other terms: 1 pirated DVDRip = 700MB so about 1500 movies.
In 1TB you can hold. DivX (cca 700MB) about 1400 DVD (cca 4.3GB) about 230 BluRay (25 or 50GB (dl) about 40 or 20... It's for 1TB, but you should note that 1TB hard di…sk drive is 1000000000000 bytes, but one kB is 1024, one MB is 1024kB, one GB is 1024 MB, and finally one TB is 1024GB...so, when you see the Properties of the hard drive you always see that the capacity is smaller than it's written on the hard drive's box... That's the reason... If you buy 1TB, You'll actually get 1000000000000 / 1024 / 1024 / 1024 / 1024 = 0.909 TB
That really depends on the quality of your camera. Different cameras have different image quality, and as a result, different file extensions are used. Different file extensio…ns mean different file sizes. A high megapixel camera will typically have photos with a file size of 40-50MB. 1000 MB = 1 GB, so, assuming you are using a high megapixel camera, then you could hold around 320-400. The less the picture quality, the more photos you can hold.
The number of pictures depends entirely on the size of each picture. Here are some guides: Picture size 100KB - up to 80 000 pictures. Picture size 500KB - up to 16 000 pictur…es Picture size 1MB - up to 8 000 pictures Picture size 3MB - up to 2 600 pictures Pictures found on the web tend to be relatively small, around 100KB to 500KB is typical. Modern cameras often produce a picture size of 2MB or more depending on the way the camera is set up. A professional camera may produce image sizes of 5MB or considerably more.