How many digital pictures will a Powershot S2-IS digital camera hold?
Powershot S2 Number of Pictures It depends on the quality you have the camera set at. At the Super Fine setting, each photo will be around 2mb. It comes with 16mb of storage, so you can take around 8 photos. Go down in photo quality and it will hold more. You can go to the Canon official site to get the full specifications.
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Answer . 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.
2 megapixel (1,600 x 1,200) . Quality File size (kb) 64MB 128MB 256MB 512MB 1GB . High 1,002 61 122 244 523 1,046 Medium 558 109 219 440 940 1,879 Low 278 217 435 868 1,886 3,772.
The number of photos that can be held depends entirely upon what quality you wish to shoot the pictures at. A 5 megapixel camera, at maximum resolution, probably won't hold many photos. (25-30). As the resolution increases, the number of photos that can be held decreases exponentially. At a lower q…uality (say 640 by 480) you can hold between 1000 and 3000 photos on a 256 mb camera, depending upon the compression. ( Full Answer )
The short answer is "yes.". A few years ago I bought my wife a Canon PowerShot A520, a 4 mp camera with a 4x optical zoom. It still takes excellent photographs.. The newer Canon powershots have optical image stabilization (IS) that minimizes camera shake. I believe IS is even more important than a…n upgrade from 4 mp to 8mp. ( Full Answer )
The amount of pictures on a 27 MB memory card can be affected bythe lighting the size and the type of camera. In this situation youcan expect to fit about 70 pictures on the card.
It is recommended with a camera that is this sharp you have aminimum of a 1 gigabyte memory card. On this card you can fitapproximately 56 pictures depending on the lighting and subjectinvolved.
I, personally like the newest canon elph digital cameras, because they have really great oprions
well....you press a certain button which is place fixed on the top of the camera and then you press that button and magically takes a picture for you
there is info on this link provided by a company that makes cards.. probably about the same for cards of same sizes http://www.lexar.com/digfilm/capacity_chart.html
This would depend if all the photos were shot at 6mp or shot at 3-2-1 mp. The sizes would range from 5mb files to 1 mb files .
A 2 GB SD card holds 2,000 megabytes. A 10 megabyte camera would produce 200 pictures.
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.
it depends on how many MG or GB the frame is and also how big your pictures are. It can vary. Usually they can hold from 250-1000 pictures.
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 resolution of the camera's sensor -- its ability to record detail. The number of images that can be recorded on a card of a given siz…e 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. ( Full Answer )
The content of the picture and what "Quality" level you are using affects how many pictures a memory card will hold. A 2 GB card in a 7.2 MP camera will hold something like 800 pictures on medium quality and 400 pictures on high quality.
The content of the picture and the "Quality" level you are using affects how many pictures a memory card will hold. A 1 GB card in a 6 MP camera will hold something like 450 pictures on medium quality and 225 pictures on high quality.
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 resolution of the camera's sensor -- its ability to record detail. The number of images that can be recorded on a card of a given siz…e 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: a 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. ( Full Answer )
there will be some variation but around 140 raw images. Just to give some idea of the fairly huge amount of variation as mentioned above, I happen to own a 10 mp Nikon P5000 with an empty 2 gb SD card. This particular camera does not have RAW capability (I wish it did), but it does offer three di…fferent compression ratios of JPEG. . In 10m "normal" (1:8 compression) mode it will hold 794 images. This is my personal standard, and the default. It is equivalent to 22 rolls of 35mm 36 exposure film. . In 10m "fine" (1:4 compression) mode the card will hold 402 images. . In 10m ""basic" (1:16 compression) mode, the same card will hold 1,550 images, and we haven't yet changed the image size. This particular camera also offers nine choices of image size, which also affects the total number of captures possible on the same 2 gb card. . I recently carefully tested all three compression ratios for visible quality differences, and concluded that while the "fine" quality was very nice, it (for me at any rate) did not offer enough of a visible increase in quality to sacrifice half the space on the card, so I stick with "normal.". addendum:. never occured to me to look at what jpeg would offer. the lowest quality and smallest image would put over 5K jpg images on a 2 GB card for me with my 10.2 MP pentax K10D. in general though I shoot in raw on three 4 GB cards. ( Full Answer )
1. To transfer images from your camera to your computer, power down your camera, connect it to your PC via a USB cable, and turn on your camera. If you are working with a Windows Vista or Windows 7 PC, turning on the connected camera should engage the AutoPlay wizard. 2. To start copying your images… to your computer, select Import Pictures and Videos . 3. If the AutoPlay window does not appear at the end of step 1, open the Windows Live Photo Gallery, click Import , and select your camera from the list of devices shown. 4. Windows will now scan your camera for photos and videos that it can transfer to your PC. When it completes the scan, Windows will open a summary window listing the image and video files it found on your computer. 5. If you want to organize a large number of photos into groups and folders, leave the default Review, Organize and Group Items to Import option selected. If prefer to do this later, select Import All New Items Now and add tags that will help you find these photos. You can specify a destination folder by clicking More Options at the bottom of the summary window. 6. Click Next , and the Windows Live Photo Gallery will open and display the images you have just transferred to your computer. To select the photos you want to print, hold down the Ctrl key and click the images. Then press Ctrl - P to bring up your printing options. 7. The Print menu contains options for printer, paper size, number of copies, and print layout. If you want to adjust any of these settings, click Options... in the bottom right corner; otherwise, click Print to start printing your images. ( Full Answer )
how many pictures will a 1 GB memory stick in a 8.1 megapixel camera hold?
Reduce the mega-pixels (mp) - the size of the pictures. Unless you are planning to crop most of your picture, any thing bigger than 3 mega pixels is bigger than the screen of your computer. The smaller the picture you shoot, the more pictures you get. Click on! eD
it depends on the memory card. I have this particular camera and I don't think it has internal memory. I have an 8gig memory card,and it was full at about 2200 pics. Hope I helped. ~Scorpy
A rough estimate is 125 photos. You will probably get a few more because the camera compresses the photos to save memory.
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How many pictures can a 4.0GB memory stick hold on a 12.0 mega pixel digital camera?
You will need a USB cable. If you bought your camera brand new check the box. This is a small cable with two connectors at the end. Plug this into the USB port, this is either at the back or side of you laptop or if using a computer on the tower. Go to 'Control Panel' which is either on your desktop… or available via the start menu under 'Programs'. You should see an icon that says Device. Click on it and you will see files. Click files and you will see all of your images. Select the image and then right click then print.Good luck. ( Full Answer )
Yes, however these come in the form of a digital file such as .JPG or .TIF, which can then be printed to be simply called a picture.
The higher your megapixel , the more memory a picture would take up. With 12mp you would probbably hold 5-10 pictures I would recommend using a memory card with at least 1GB of memory. .
Do you mean to transfer pictures from a digital camera to a computer ? Just connect the camera through an USB connector. If you haven't the digital camera program already installed, just connect the camera through the USB plug to your computer, and wait for the operating system to detect the new h…ardware, the digital camera. Once detected, wait for the camera led stop flashing, and a window will open with the files of the pictures you have taken. Select all the pictures and move them to a folder previously created ( My pictures, etc) Click on edit, select all and move to the new folder you have created, into the computer. Note that those actions depend of the operating system, the camera brand, but normally it may work well since you take the adequate steps. Once in the computer, the pictures can be edited using Microsoft Picture Manager for instance, since you have the Office 2003/2007 suite installed. ( Full Answer )
Although your camera manual should give you a rough idea of how many pictures your camera can hold, and there are plenty of websites to help with this if you're shopping for a particular camera, it really depending on a few things : 1. Are we talking internal memory? If so that is one factor. Som…e cameras have no internal memory; others may have 10 megabytes or more. 2. What size are the image files the camera creates? For instance, the higher the megapixel count the camera has, the larger the files it creates per image. On the other hand, by manipulating both the aspect (if the camera has that: 4:3, 3:2 etc.), actual megapixel count (sometimes called image quality) and compression (how the image data is stored in the camera), you can have a wide range of file sizes. 3. How large is the memory medium (card, stick....)? You can get storage cards today that easily hold 4 gigabytes of material. Ten years ago 16 megabytes wasn't unusual. Media with more and more capacity keep arriving on the market; the only question is how "fast" they are -- meaning how much time it takes to transfer the file electronically to the card/stick -- this varies too and affects card/stick price. 4. How many different formats is each image being saved in, simultaneously. Are you storing just jpeg, or something else too -- like "raw"? If so you're using up almost double the space for each image since each is a different format. It's something like having both a "word" file and "excel" file for the same data but one is a table and one is a spreadsheet. So if you think about it, it stands to reason. If your camera can produce a file for a single image that is around 5 mb jpeg compressed and you have a 1 gigabyte storage card, then theoretically you can store upwards of 500 images on 1 card. ( Full Answer )
Depends what camera you have, and what you have the camera set to. Shooting in RAW on my camera, each photo is between 20 and 25MB. Shooting in JPEG you would be able to take a lot more. In small mode on my camera a photo will be about 1 MB. You be best off buying a much bigger memory card, maybe 2 …GB if you won't be shooting a lot of photo's. I use a 2 GB and an 8 GB, just to make sure I have enough room when shooting gigs. ( Full Answer )
The memory card is what the digital files are stored on. If you have no memory card in your camera there is nowhere for the camera to store the files. It is like not putting a film in a film camera or trying to burn a CD with no CD inserted to the drive. No Some digital cameras have internal memor…y so you don't need a memory card. I figured this out 2 minutes before I saw this question. ( Full Answer )
Image size depends on compression regime (fine/normal/eco). For more information about file sizes please view the attached Related Link.
generally digicams are full HD. so it has 1080 pixels... pixels decides the clearity of the pictures....
first connect camera with your pc. then cut all the pictures from camera and paste it in your computer.it's very simple
The best way to get a clean picture is to get anything fuzzy that you see in the camera's screen away from the lens .Then wait a couple of seconds and the screen shall be crystal clear!. this worked for me . but it may not work for evryone . sometimes the camera is in the wrong setting, also, w…hen taking a picture, at first the focus is pretty fuzzy however normally if you wait a few seconds with the camera still, it allows it to focus and the picture is pretty perfect :) please if other members hear can further improve this anser then please do. ( Full Answer )
we can use memory card for the digital camera and we can reuse it as more times pitcher clarity is good than other...
My Fujifilm Finepix digi-cam gives me 640 shots at 12 Mega-pixels on a 2MB card. After doing some quick conversions, I reckon you should expect around 200 shots from a 5 Mega-pixel cam with a card that size.
A Sony digital camera can hold a variety of images. Most cameras can only hold a handful of cameras without inserting a memory stick. The number of pictures it can hold depends on the resolutions of the picture.
The amount of photos that a digital photo frame can hold depends upon the size of its memory card as well as the resolution of the photos. A professional grade photo is often somewhere around 3 megabytes, with lesser quality photos ranging down to only a fraction of that. The majority of digital ph…oto frames currently range from 512MB up to 1GB (1,000MB) or 2GB (2,000MB). Dividing the number of megabytes the frame can hold by 3 will tell approximately how many professional-grade photos the frame will hold. If the photos are of lesser quality, the fram may be able to hold thousands of photos. ( Full Answer )
Digital frames' storage varies according to model. An average Kodak digital frame such as the Easyshare P725 costs around $80 and holds 4000 photos. Frames can be purchased that hold more or less according to desire and budget.
One may purchase a Canon Powershot digital camera from the official Canon website. One may also find Canon cameras on second hand websites such as eBay or Amazon.
There are various models of the Canon PowerShot digital camera. Each have distinct features. More information about the individual models can be found on the official website.
Cannon's PowerShot digital cameras are widely available in stores like Radio Shack, Best Buy, and Target. These cameras can also be purchased online from sites like Buy Dig, Amazon, and B&H Photo-Video.
One can get detailed and well-written reviews of the "Canon Digital Powershot" camera on the website cnet dot com. Alternatively, one can find user reviews of this product on the website amazon dot com.
The Canon Powershot A530 has a 5.00 megapixel camera, 4.00x zoom and 1/2.5 size sensor. It also has a max aperture of 2.6 and ISO of 80-800. It also has a tripod mount.
Canon is a large global camera and technology company that sells the Powershot a630 digital camera. The main features of this camera are auto flash and x4 optical zoom.
A person can find out if the Canon Powershot S2 has 5 megapixels with 12x optical zoom from several different places. Some of these places include Digital Photography Review and Amazon.
The Cannon Powershot S3 digital camera has 6 megapixels to take pictures with. However, what this camera lacks in megapixels, it makes up in its various features including 12X zoom.
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