How many pictures can a 32mb memory card hold in 5.1 mega pixel sony camera?
About 6-8 photos.
If your camera is at the highest settings probably about 8 pictures. If it's at standard or lower settings I would say about 16. You definitely go ahead and buy a higher capacity memory card if you can. A 4 GB memory card is fairly cheap now and would hold over 1100 7.2 mega-pixel photographs.
My Mom's 128 Mb card holds about 125 pictures at 4 megapixels. So that's about 1 picture per MB so around 32 pictures
Depending on the Setting - if it is a high detail setting it would require a large amount of space but if it is a close up etc it will need less - some Pictures take up at least 32 Mb sometimes so - i advise you buy at least a 1Gb card - (1000 mb)
Around ten or fifteen at full resolution. With a 9 MP camera, you should use a 1 GB card at minimum. I suggest getting two. They have been known to fail, and it is handy to have a spare so you can keep shooting as long as you like and worry about retrieving the images from the other card later.
The 32MB RAM will hold more memory, of course.
32mb = 32 megabytes 32 megabytes = 32 million bytes
That depends on the picture quality. The better the quality of the pictures, the fewer pictures that can be stored on the memory card. Here's a basic guide for 32 MB capacity: Will approximately store according to resolution/megapixals: 3.0 MP=25 Pictures 5.0 MP=17 Pictures 8.0 MP=10 Pictures 10 MP=5 Pictures 12 MP= 4 Pictures
Yes, it most certainly is! hence the pictures with it sitting in a glass of water(: hahahah
The 8GB is more memory. There are 1024MB in just 1GB.
1GB=1024Mb 1MB=1024Kb Than 32Mb Is equal to 32786kb 32Mb=32768kb
yes. The minimal memory card you get with the psp is 32mb.
about 13 stuff
The psp 1000 has 32mb of internal memory while the 2000/3000 has 64mb.
In my video camera 15 minutes is 1gb
The first Nokia 3230 phone was officially announced on the 2nd of November 2004. It is based on the Symbian Operating System 7.0, it comes with bluetooth games, 1.23 camera and 32MB memory.
A Lot! 2^25 = 33,554,432 = 33MB Therefore, 25bits is needed for 32MB of memory You round it to 32MB because of Simplicity and other Hardware storage.
A 32 megabyte memory card can usually hold around 25 photos. However, a 10 megapixel photo will take up more space than a 5 megapixel photo therefore, this size memory card will only be able to hold 6 or 7 pictures.
less than 2 dollars
about 10-15 if the bitrate is low than may be more..
1GB memory card has more space. The capacity of the memory cards are various, such as, 16MB 32MB. There are lots of memory cards on this website: http://www.dinodirect.com/Wii-Accessories/Wii-Memory-Cards/ You can have a look.
I have seen memory sticks as small as 32mb and they go all the way up to a max of around 8 gigs like the new Memory Stick Pro Duo by Sony.
Depend on the compression of the picture and also the quality settings: 1 Mpixel 16MB=32pics, 32MB=64pics, 64MB=128pics, 128MB=256pics, 256MB=512pics, 512MB=1024pics, 1GB=2048pics 2 Mpixel 16MB=16pics, 32MB=32pics, 64MB=64pics, 128MB=128pics, 256MB=256pics, 512MB=512pics, 1GB=1024pics 3 Mpixel 16MB=8pics, 32MB=16pics, 64MB=32pics, 128MB=64pics, 256MB=128pics, 512MB=256pics, 1GB=512pics 4 Mpixel 16MB=6pics, 32MB=12pics, 64MB=24pics, 128MB=48pics, 256MB=96pics, 512MB=192pics, 1GB=384pics 5 Mpixel 16MB=4pics, 32MB=8pics, 64MB=18pics, 128MB=36pics, 256MB=72pics, 512MB=144pics, 1GB=288pics 6 Mpixel 16MB=0pics, 32MB=4pics, 64MB=8pics, 128MB=16pics, 256MB=32pics, 512MB=64pics, 1GB=128pics
Expandable memory cards can range in size from as small as 16MB, all the way up to 4GB (4 Gigabytes or 4,000,000,000 bytes / 4 billion bytes), and range in price from $20-$200. The chart below will give you a basic outline of how much memory a digital image will take up on different size cards, and with various output resolutions. Please remember these are approximate numbers of images; results with your camera may vary… Read More
32mb=2^25, 1gb=2^30, so 1gb = 32*32mb.
Not alot about 2 games 3 being the max but if it is a demo 4 to 5
Yes. It has a micro SD slot - and can take up to a 32MB card. See the related link for the full specs.
No, memory works by just doubling and doubling, so for example memory sizes would be: 1MB, 2MB, 4MB, 8MB, 16MB, 32MB, 64MB, 128MB, 256MB, 512MB, 1GB (1024MB) I hope this helps.
I'm not sure if it's compatible. I would think it would be, however, I having and I/O problem with the card.
What is the type of ram and speed on a memory chip that has 168 pins and form factor is dimm size is 32mb?
EDO RAM:extended data output, 50,60,70ns, usually on a 66mhz bus or less.
2 GB is more. 1 GB=1024 MB, so 2 GB would be 2048 MB, which is much more than 32 MB.
The LG 306G uses a MicroSD card - capacities are up to 32MB. Full phone specs are available online - just search for your model.
Capacity 3.0 MP 5.0 MP 8.0 MP 10 MP 12 MP 16MB 10 9 5 2 2 32MB 25 17 10 5 4 128MB 150 120 80 55 32 256MB 300 240 160 110 71 512MB 600 480 320 225 121 1GB 1200 950 600 400 260 2GB 2400 1900 1200 800 500 4GB* 4000 3000 2000 1500 1000 Capacity 3.0 MP 5.0 MP 8.0 MP 10 MP 12 MP 16MB 10 9 5 2… Read More
You most likely have an integrated video card. Integrated video cards do not have their own memory, and use system memory (RAM) for video. Your video card is using 32MB of your ram. On most computers you can change the amount available to video by logging into bios and changing video memory amount.
The highest sold by Sony is the 8 MB PS2 Memory Card. Amazon.com has generic cards in 16MB, 32MB, 64MB, and 128MB. Please pay close attention to the poor reviews compared to the Sony card reviews before you consider purchasing generic cards
The cheapest bundle you can get comes with the psp, battery, and a charger. The core comes with all of that and a 32MB memory stick pro duo to save games, videos, or whatever you want to do with it. The special edition packs (God of War, Madden 09, ect.) comes with special edition psp, battery, charger, memory stick, and a game.
it will hold about 10 mp3 songs
Yes. 1GB = 1,000MB
It appears to be 16 depending on the value of mb
Here are my specs- VRam 32mb Depth- 32-bit color Resolution- 1024x768 Graphic Card- ATI Mobility Radeon 9550 Memory- 1.5GB Model name- IBook G4 Processor name- Power PC G4 (1.5)
Yes, it's roughly a 2,024th of the size.
The games that run on it are highly optimised to use only 32MB of RAM. This was only able to be done because Sony controlled the hardware, which meant that they only had to develop for one specific set of hardware.
DVD (4.7 gb) A CD can have about 800mb. A floppy disk can store 1.44mb. Your 32mb flash drive is...32mb 1000 bytes = 1mb 1000mb = 1gb
100MHz sounds like an archaic 486 DX4 or a very early Pentium CPU. I would imagine that you would use ISO or EDO RAM. Finding such memory would be rare and very expensive. Not to mention that I've never seen a RAM stick of that type that exceeded 32Mb and I'm sure it would be over $100 if you can find any. You can buy a USB flash drive for $10 with 500 times that… Read More
You need an older AGP card. The newer PCI-E cards won't work. You can get a 4x or an 8X AGP card. There is no such thing as 'size'. But you can get various amounts of memory in the AGP card, like 32MB or 64MB, or maybe even 128MB. ANy amount of memory will work (to varying degrees) as long as they are AGP cards.
it will take 32mb/day
The actual memory in a hard drive is called a cache. My current drive has a 32MB cache, This cache will store data coming into the hard drive if the data coming in is faster than the data being written down. While it does not help very much with larger files (movies, etc) it makes things move much faster if you are accessing a bunch of different files when playing a game for example.
Is varies on the lenght of the song, and the compression used. ie 320kb/s, 128kb/s, 64 kb/s etc. The normally are between 3mb 7mb. If a somg is 32mb it is probably lossless, ie. no compression is used (.flac).
32mb sd ram or 64 mb sd ram
A megabyte is a unit of information storage equal to 8,388,608 bits. The cache buffer is an area of extremely fast-access memory used by the processor, so the larger the area, the more data could take advantage of this speed. The "difference" between the two is self-evident.