How many pictures on 4GB memory card in 10 mega pixel digital camera?
How many pictures can a 4.0GB memory stick hold on a 12.0 mega pixel digital camera?
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A camera with this pixel setting will have more room, but the images may not be as crisp as ones with a bigger pixel count. You can fit approximately 200 pictures of this kind on a 2 GB memory card.
how many pictures will a 1 GB memory stick in a 8.1 megapixel camera hold?
at least 340 or more
MegaPixels GigaBytes Capacity (Pictures) 12.1 2GB 525 Pictures
It will hold up to 1,164 8 mega pixel images. However, the settings on the camera can be changed so that the camera takes pictures of a different size. The same memory card can hold over 4,000 2 mega pixel images. Changing these settings will affect the quality and size of the pictures you take.
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About 4000, maymbe a little more
JPEG- about 2500 RAW- about 250
The amount of pictures on a 27 MB memory card can be affected by the lighting the size and the type of camera. In this situation you can expect to fit about 70 pictures on the card.
how many pictures can 16 GB memory card hold in a 14.7 mega pixel camera?
Assuming you're talking about the ST67 digital camera - it's used to store a limited number of pictures. In the case of digital photography, Its always left to the user as to hoe much memory they want in the camera. I have a Fujifilm S2750 digital camera - which has 23MB on-board memory. I use a 2GB SD card - which gives me approximately 830 pictures at 12 Mega-pixel resolution.
1GB MEMORY CARD CAN HOLD 150 TO 200 SNAP IN A 13.6 MEGA PIXEL CAMERA.
It is recommended with a camera that is this sharp you have a minimum of a 1 gigabyte memory card. On this card you can fit approximately 56 pictures depending on the lighting and subject involved.
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 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.
It depends what pixel camera you have...be more specific!!
Kind of depends how sophisticated you want it to be - and how much memory you want. I have a digital camera I bought from Woolworths the year before it closed - and it cost £50. It's an 8 Mega-pixel one, with digital zoom, and 16MB internal memory. I also have a 1GB memory card in it.
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.
It matters how much will one picture take.
About 6-8 photos.
About 350 in RAW about 500 in JPG if my calculations are correct.
This site has a chart that tells you how many pictures an SD card can hold as per mega pixel. Please see related link below!
Well, i have a Kodac digital 7 mega pixel camera, with a 1GB card, and it holds about 708 pictures without any recorded video.
Many companies make a 10 mega pixel digital camera. The most popular companies that make a 10 mega pixel digital camera are Sony, Nikon, Panasonic, and Canon.
How many pictures will you be able to store on a 8GB memory stick pro duo taken on a 10 mega pixel camera?
You can save approximately 1600 - 10 mpx pictures on a 8 Gig memory stick.
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.
A 2 GB SD card holds 2,000 megabytes. A 10 megabyte camera would produce 200 pictures.
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 .
Roughly 40 at full resolution. Memory is cheap. Splurge fifteen bucks and get a 2 gig.
I've just bought a Sony produo card and I get 2455 pictures at max resolution. Let me know what you have
Roughly 200-250 pictures based on an average picture size of 4-5 MB.
There is not an exact number for this. See related link.
It depends on the format that pictures are being saved and the quality in which you're saving them. If you're using uncompressed RAW (24 bits per pixel) format, then it's about ~70. If you're using a kind of compressed format then it depends on the format and the quality. For JPEG, at 100% quality (loss-less compression) it's about ~710.
The Kodak camera
In the neighborhood of 200. The number will vary because the size of the image and the quality can vary according to the camera settings.
Low pixel cameras don't make very good pictures. And the high pixel cameras look real.
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.
Image size depends on compression regime (fine/normal/eco). For more information about file sizes please view the attached Related Link.
It would depend on what type of files the pictures are being saved in and how much compression is applied to the camera. RAW files are the biggest. A 4GB card can hold about 150~200 14MP pictures. JPEG files are smaller, and has a very wide range of compression levels. A 4GB card can hold about 700 pictures if its mildly compressed, or over 3000 pictures if it's heavily compressed (and/or resized).
It depends entirely on the camera setting for the pictures you're taking. You can set the camera to take hi-resolution pictures, in which case you can take fewer pictures, or lower resolutions, letting you take more pictures. Generally you want higher resolution as you can edit them and there's no compression artifacts (squiggly lines/blurring). Check your camera's user manual, then look for the section that deals with file sizes. It'll tell you how to change… Read More
it totally depends on the size of image you set your camera on. Largest of image size a 7.1 mp camera will be aprox 2-3mb. 3x(4x1024)= your answer.
About 500 depending on specfic camera though,dslrs require more space than point n shoots.
That greatly depends on the resolution of the camera as well as resolution of the size pictures. 4gb hold 999 pictures on low resolution, but only about 125 on high resolution with a 10mb pixel camera. Your camera should instruct on how to change the resolution as well as giving an approximation on how much space the pictures will take up.
Depends on the camera and what settings you're using to shoot with. I'd ballpark it at around 10,000-20,000.
It depends on many factors, like quality setting the camera is on, the format that camera shoots in, and the specific camera and card. It would be helpful to have more information. Your camera should show the number of pictures remaining. However, Lexar specifies 1998: http://www.lexar.com/digfilm/capacity_chart.html
At 2mp's for 1gb, your memory card can hold at least 1,500 pictures. I had a 4mp camera with a 512 and that card holds over 700 photos. P.S. Why don't you start looking for another camera. the costs have come way down and an affordable camera costs about 175-300. If you would like a point-and-shoot camera, go with Canon. If you would like a lightweight ultra-telophoto zoom go with Kodak or Panasonic. If you… Read More
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 quality (say 640 by 480) you can hold between 1000 and 3000 photos on a 256 mb camera, depending upon the compression.