That answer is going to depend on the picture quality or compression you select. I suggest searching online for manufacturer's specs on the camera in question. The manufacturer will often provide a table that shows the number of files for different settings. If you're not shooting in RAW or TIF mode, the MB used per shot and shots per card will vary somewhat according to image detail and sometimes the ISO setting as well. So what you get will be a guideline.
No. The photos are saved to the memory card, so if you remove the card, there are no photos in the camera.
To store photos and videos.
If it is a digital camera that utilises an SD card
Approximately 70. Remember that on a 512MB card (or any card, for that matter), not all the space is usable, as some is used for formating.
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Use a card reader with your computer. Or go to Whalgreens and print them out.
Depends on the camera manufacturer. SD card, xD card Memory Stick Pro to name a few.
Use the plug that came with it
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.
Depending on your computer, you can either use a USB cord, which comes with most digital cameras, or your memory card.
You can transfer them from a computer to the camera's digital media (whatever kind of card it uses) but the pictures will not have the same information as photos taken by the camera.
That depends on the resolutions of the photos (Megapixels) of your camera. Assuming its 3.2mp, a photo should be around 1mb, hence you can store 256 photos.
There are many ways to print digital photos. Most cameras saved taken-pictures to a memory card. You can then take that memory card to a store and have them print it or, if you own a printer, you can plug your memory card into it and print from there. Some cameras & printers allow for wireless printing and all you have to do is prompt your camera/printer to do so.
It depends on the size and resolution of the images, as well as the storage capacity of the memory card.
By using a card reader would be one way.
First of all you must have your camera card in a card reader attached to your computer. Then go to the folder where to photos are and select the ones you want to send and select send to: Select the drive where the card reader is plugged into and SEND.
Instead of the photos being on film, they are saved onto a memory card. This allows you to remove the card, print the photos you want, and re-use the card as much as you want. Just be sure to not delete any photos that you want to keep on the memory card.
The Fuji s9000 Sandisk compact fash card is used to store digital photos that are taken on a Fuji camera. A person can then insert the card to load photos to their computer.
In my opinion putting the memory card directly in the computer works the best.
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.
The xD card in your digital camera is a memory card. When you take pictures with the camera, the images are stored on the xD card so that you can access them later.
The Canon EOS 40D is professional camera used to take high definition digital photos with a lens mechanism manufactured in Japan. It is able to store these photos on a SD card.
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. Alternatively, you could save a step and export them directly to the camera card.