How do you save photos from camera to memory card?
If the camera has a slot for the memory card, slide it in and they should automatically save there. If not you'll need a different method of saving.
As soon as you take a photo with a digital camera it is on the memory card. You may never see it if you don't view it on the camera or download it to your computer. If you don't erase the memory cardthe photos will remain on it. Read More
Download it to your computer and then save into the memory card Read More
You hook up your digital camera to the computer using a USB cable. You save the pictures on your camera to the computer. Then you unplug the digital camera and plug in your flash drive. You then save the pictures to the flash drive. Read More
A "camera card" (SD card, CompactFlash card, XD card, etc.) is recognized by Mac OS X as a removable drive, just like a hard drive or USB flash drive. In order to transfer photos to a connected camera card, you just need to drag the desired photos onto the card in the Finder. If the photos are in iPhoto, select the photos and export them to the desktop, then drag them to the camera card… Read More
You use the USB cable that came with your camera and plug it into the computer. Turn on the camera and the computer will install the program for the camera and you can view your photos. You can also take the memory card out of your camera, put it in a reader or USB port on the computer and the computer will read the card. When your pictures come up title them, and then save… Read More
im the one that asked the question. what i didn't mention is that i have a digital camera with no memory card (or slot) i have a USB cable and i'd like to konw if there is a product that i can plug the USB into save the photos so i could delete the ones on the camera??? with out using a PC hope this helps a little thx Read More
How do you save photos on your computer without having the disc to download the program into your computer?
Chances are your camera has a memory card in it. Once you find out what type it is you can get a memory card reader and plug it in through the USB port. It will load the card like it would your hard drive. Then you can just copy the files you want to your computer. Read More
Why would you not be able to develop pictures from a memory card if you can see the images on your computer and camera?
Some cameras require that you save the picture to the card. If you don't save them the picture can be seen in the camera or even if the camera is plugged in to the computer. Read More
A rough estimate is 125 photos. You will probably get a few more because the camera compresses the photos to save memory. Read More
Have you tried the SlicK Digital Camera from the Family Dollar I can't take pics unless its connected to my computer Is this normal?
Did u read the instructions. The camera needs batteries and also a memory card, otherwise you won't be able to take or save photos or videos Read More
Here's a couple of possibilities. A camera case, to store your digital in- or a Memory Card. A one gig card will save over 1000 nice size pictures. The internal camera storage memory is almost nil. eD Read More
The answer depends on the level of compression and the resolution (megapixels) of the camera. A way to estimate how many RAW (unprocessed and uncompressed) photos will fit on a memory card is to divide the gigabytes of the card by three times the pixels of the camera . For example: a 1GB memory card is about 1 billion bytes. A 5MP camera is 5 million pixels. Each pixel on a color RAW image file… Read More
If you are referring to camera settings, then to save space on the memory card. It has no other purpose. Read More
you can put your camera's SD card in the laptop and go to 'start' and then to 'computer', and wait for your sd card to show and find your photos, and save them to your computer by sending them to your computer's pictures perhaps. Read More
Why is it that when you save images on your memory card they still appear in your phone's photo and image memory?
Because maybe your phone is showing photos and data located entierly on the phone! Like if its showing you data from your device and on your memory card. Read More
first you must have a camera memory card. if you have one put all pics that you want on the wii on the card and inset it into your wii. then go to the oicture channel on te wii and load then save them and your pics are on the wii! Read More
There are several ways depending on the type of digital photo frame you have: Memory card: digital photo frames have slots for the memory card from your camera (most support a large variety of cards). You simply have to plug in your memory card from your camera Internal memory: some frames may come with their own internal storage/memory where you can save your pictures. Transferring images to the frames internal storage may be done using… Read More
One factor can be if the camera has a built in hard drive that you can choose for it save to, and how big it is. I have a camera with a built in one with 30 GB (giga bytes) and has around 5,000 photos and still growing. Another one is, if you use your camera with a memory card instead of a hard drive. Memory cards come in various sizes and prices. For instance… Read More
Yes a digital camera is a storage device. Think about it, you've got a memory card in it which means that you save things on it. Read More
this is because better quality pictures are bigger in size so if you turn down the quality then you'll be able to save more pictures Read More
The same way you copy a picture file from your camera or memory stick is the same way you move it back. With the camera or memory stick still connected to the computer, edit the picture and instead of selecting SAVE under File, select SAVE AS and browse to your memory stick and save it back. If you want to keep the original, make sure you save tie file with a different name. ------------------ While… Read More
You do not need them memory card to play GameCube games, you need the memory card to save your save files on. Read More
If you set your camera for 1mb each photo, it will save 300 photos. It depends on how you set your camera. Read More
put in your memory card in the ps2 then click save on your game wait till its done so u then take out the memory card. Read More
No, but if you have one you can plug a PS1 memory card into a PS2 and save it on that Read More
No, you must have a memory card that is compatible with the PS2 to save any kind of memory. Read More
To use the Memory Card, all you have to do is insert the Memory card in Slot A. When prompted to save in a video game, the game will automatically save onto the card that is inserted into Slot A. If you do touch the Memory Card or the POWER button, the Memory card will be damaged and the save data will become corrupted. You will then have to Delete the File and start the… Read More
If they have been deleted from the SD card, the files actually still exist on the card until they are overwritten by other data (photos). There is a good possibility of recovering these files using software. But in the meantime, the less you write and save to the card, the more data (files and photos) you will be able to get back. So take the card out of the camera and stop using it until… Read More
No, you cannot use a Wii memory card to save GameCube games. You have to use a GameCube memory card to do so - there are slots for GameCube memory cards in the Wii. Read More
There is no way to tell because you have not given any details about the camera. 8.1MP has nothing to do with how many pictures the camera can save, it all depends on the memory type and how much memory you have for the camera. It also depends on how you store - high or low res JPEGs, or RAW etc. The storage is in the memory device, SD card, CF card, Memory Stick etc… Read More
Yes it does have to have a memory card you can buy them at a sony store Read More
yes, depending on the size of the memory card, you can save quite a few different game files on one memory card Read More
Yes, but it won't save. You can put in the memory card to save and stuff. Read More
You can't save gamecube memory to the wii it must stay on a gamecube memory card. Read More
That depends on the size of each photograph. Digital cameras usually have an option to save pictures in higher or in lower quality.Take a look at the size of one of your pictures (in MB), then divide 1 GB (which is about 1000 MB) by this number. Read More
You can save downloads to an SD card. Read More
yes u need to have a memory card to save games,but if u have a psp go u have 16 gigs of memory to save on Read More
All of your personal info is saved on your SIM card, not your memory card. Read More
When you are looking at the picture in Safari press and hold it then click save image. It is now in you saved photos/camera roll gallery in the photos app. Read More
You can't save Game Boy games to a GameCube memory card. Only GameCube games can be saved to a GameCube memory card. Game Boy games are saved to their cartridges. Read More
If you are referring to texted photos, hold your finger in the photo and until you can save to SD card. Should not be in your gallery. Read More
It does to save data however you can play without the memory card. Read More
how do you use the memory card to save game turok2 for Nintendo 64 Read More