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# How many pictures can a 2GB memory card hold at 8 mega pixels?

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###### 2012-03-23 06:07:29

It depends on the camera.

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## Related Questions

can someone help me with math about how can i culculate that in 5gb memory card how many photoscan i save ? Tnx

That seems to depend dramatically on the complexity of the pictures. The"busier" the shots the larger the files will be.

The amount of pictures that any memory card can hold depends on the settings of the camera that it is in. In general a 14.8 MB memory card may hold 120 pictures.

How many pictures a memory card can hold depends on display settings and the camera brand. Most cameras will hold 800-850 pictures on a 2GB memory card.

How many pictures can a 2 gb memory card hold at 3.2 megapixels?

Depends on the size of the card, but a 1 gigabyte card can hold roughing 1000 pictures in good quality.

A Smartmedia 128MB is a memory card. This memory can hold about 800 pictures on it. You can put about 20 minutes of videos on this memory card in place of the pictures.

how many pictures does a 1Gb memory card hold how many pictures does a 1Gb memory card hold This is mainly depending on the size of the photos you are going to store. If its size is less than 250KB, you can store up to 3500 photos.

Its one of those things you'll just have to find out. 8G memory holds enough of any kind of media for a mobile phone.

MP = Mega Pixels 3 MP = 4000 5 MP = 3000 8 MP = 2000 10 MP = 1500 12 MP = 1000 The more mega pixels there are, the less amount of photos it can hold.

how many pictures can 16 GB memory card hold in a 14.7 mega pixel camera?

This will change depending on the quality setting and how good your camera is at compressing JPEG, but on average a 10MP photo is ~5MP on Fine Setting, so around 1500 pictures on a 4GB card.

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