Can you use an 8gb memory card on a Nikon Coolpix 2000?
yes if it is the right format
The nikon coolpix camera hold nine pictures without the memory card>
There are Wi-Fi memory cards for sale that are compatible with the Nikon Coolpix L 22. These memory cards can be purchased preformatted to ensure compatibility.
The 4100 takes an SD card. We suggest a high speed card.
There is none specifics for it, but as long it is digital storage.
Yes. But it will only save like seven pictures.
The camera has about 50MB of internal memory and accepts SD/SDHC memory media
The Nikon CoolPix takes SD or SDHC cards. The largest right now (August 2009) are 32 Gb cards though it appears that Toshiba are launching 64 Gb SDXC cards soon and 128 Gb and on up to 2 Tb cards are planned for 2011.
I put a new 1GB memory card in my Nikon Coolpix s60 and it said this card cannot be used i need help what to do?
I had a similar problem with my nikon coolpix s550. very simple fix really... the card was originally formatted as FAT32. What i had to do is format it as ntfs then when i inserted it into the phone it asked me if i wanted to format it. i clicked yes and voila I'm good to go. but just remember to copy your sh*t off the card then you can re-transfer it back once its… Read More
By relying on a Nikon photo recovery software, you can retrieve deleted pictures provided that the pics not overwritten. So stop taking more photos using the same camera memory card.
The SD card has a small switch on the side. Simply flip that switch up or down.
Generally for Nikons you use and SD memory card
You just have to press it in gently, and the memory card will pop out a bit. Just enough to pull it out.
SD, SDHC, and SDXC memory cards
The model of Nikon camera will determine the specific memory cards that are approved for use. Most Nikon cameras support a wide range of memory card sizes from 512 MB to 8 GB and up.
"Using software such as Nikon recovery software will allow you to recover all the data on a memory card. Very easy to use and self explanatory, go buy the Nikon software and the directions will be included."
this will all depend on which model because different models will take different quality picture. approximates for 2GB assuming you're using standard jpegs: 4mp 5mp 6mp 8mp 892 558 531 495
Battery and memory card installed?
Yes it is. I use this card with a D300 myself.
I would purchase two 2 GB cards. That way you can take a lot of pictures, but you aren't putting all your eggs in one basket. Cards do fail. 4 GB cards are nice, but some older card readers will not recognize them. You should be able to get around 400 image files on a 2 GB card at highest resolution and fine setting.
You can't. It has no hard disk. Your pictures are simply lost.
The brands that use memory digital camera are Canon, Sony, Panasinic, Nikon, Fuji, Samsung, Medion etc. These digital camerar use built in memory and have option for extra memory card.
Nikon specifically states that the D50 can only accommodate up to a 2GB SD card. However, some users find they can use the 4GB card with their D50s (see Resources). Although not guaranteed, use only SDSC and not SDHC (High-Capacity) cards.
Sorry to say there is no way. There is no hard disk on the d60.
When the Nikon digital camera says file contains no image data do I need a new memory card or is it the camera?
Try re-formatting the card in the camera. Consult your manual. Note: this will erase any images on the card.
My best guess would be to use the usb data cord that may have come with your camera to load pics to your computer. After that,I suggest uploading the pics from the comp to your sd card via usb card reader(you can get them on ebay.ca for $10 including shipping) or at The Source for $20.Hope this helps someone. On my Nikon Coolpix L11, you put your sd card in, hit menu, then copy. It… Read More
why I enjoy my memory card a lot! i can store all kinds of pictures on it for you. in fact without it I'm pretty useless. however, it's been a while since you uploaded any of my files to a computer. If you don't move them I'll run out of space soon and that will be bad for you. you'll have to delete some before you can take more pictures! thank you for asking, Nikon… Read More
I copied this information from the user's manual for the Nikon CoolPix P80: The following memory cards have been tested and approved for use in the COOLPIXP80. All cards of the designated make and capacity can be used, regardless of speed. If the memory card will be used with a card reader or similar device, check that the device supports 2 GB cards. If the memory card will be used with a card reader or… Read More
At least 2,000 pictures at best picture quality. If you want poor quality, you can hold a lot more!
The card will probably work with a D7000. Class 10 indicates read/write speed. It won't hurt the camera so try it and see. If you haven't bought a card yet this page shows which cards Nikon has tested and know works with the D7000, but other cards work too, they just haven't tested them. support.nikonusa.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/17061/~/approved-memory-cards---d7000
For every Coolpix camera I have used, you first remove the battery, then push slightly down on the top of the SD card, which will release the catch and cause the card to rise up enough so you can get hold and pull it out. More than that, I can't say without you specifying the exact camera model.
I normally use a memory card USB holder for transfer of Pictures and videos from my cameras. The only connection port is the USB drive, which works for downloads and uploads to select harddrive areas
Apparently not. At least the Transcend X133 4GB doesn't work. And the manual states a 2GB maximum. Also, the P4 won't support any SDHC card. It only uses regular SD cards.
To clear memory card,you could format the memory card or put in your laptop and delete it
The memory card is the game card.
No, the PSVita uses PSVita Memory Cards, they are about the size of Micro SD cards. They do not support Sony's Memory Stick Pro, that you would use in a PSP.
The Ipod touch does not have an memory card slot for an SD card or any type of memory card.
If the photos are on your computer and you want to put them on the memory card you need to connect the two. Put your memory card in your memory card reader slot on your computer. Then you can copy and paste or drag and drop the photos to the memory card.
There are so many reasons why it occurs. Maybe your memory card is not functioning or your card reader itself. There's also a posibility that you card reader is not compatible with your memory card, make sure you have the manual for your card reader for it's specification and compatibilities. Many card readers today uses memory card adapter aside from the memory card alone. It function as a protective material for your memory card. Maybe… Read More
It needs a Max Duo memory card before it can save data, just like the 1000 and 2000.You can buy them on pspoutlet.com
With a memory card you have a larger amount of memory on your phone. However much is on the memory card. So more space to hold pics and etc.
The major difference between an SD memory card and a micro SD memory card is its size. A regular SD memory card is approximately an inch in diameter, where as a micro SD memory card is half its size to fit into digital cameras and phones.
Memory Stick and Memory card mean the exact same thing - Memory Stick was just a brand name of memory card produced by Sony.
No, their is not a memory card for the ps3.
You will need to buy a memory card reader
To delete the information from a memory card, you need to plug it into a device and move all the items on the memory card over to the trash can on that device. This will delete it from the memory card.
Why wont the playstation 3 save the playstation2 game called simcity 2000 to the memory card that's coonnected to the playstation3?
you cant connect a physical memory card to a PS3. press the home button, and hit change slots. and from there you should be able to set up a PS2 memory card built into your hard drive, make sure it is in slot 1, and save.
ROUGHLY (depending on the settings) 2000.
In fact, they are bits of memory. Meaning all of the blocks form a built-in memory card. That also explains what happens if you run out of them. A Wii has about 2000 blocks.
You need a Memory Card reader device to connect the Memory card to a computer
The memory card goes under the sim card .