I do. Doesn't seem to hurt it at all. I've been using this one for about three years now with NO problems. When it gets full I just download the pictures onto my computer then delete them from the memory card. If you don't want your computer plugged up with alot of picture files, transfer them from your computer to flash drives.
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Doubtful but not out of the question. Just don't leave it there and you will never have to find out.
Leave it to dry, take battery pack out and take out the memory card You should Keep it submerged in rice for a couple days (of course take out the battery and memory card)
It depends on the camera, but on my camera I leave the memory card in it, plug it into the computer and then it asks me whether I want to upload the photos to my computer, although this may be different with different cameras.
If it didn't get wet for very long just simply dry it with an everyday sort of thing (cloth, tea towel etc.) and it should be OK if you leave it for a bit. If you find something does go wrong and the contents of it are important, you can simply remove the cover, no screwdrivers needed but in an ordinary way, take the memory card out and insert it into a new camera. This info is for a camcorder that WAS NOT ON. If it was on, it has no suggestion of being saved and it would be too dangerous to take the memory card out so you shall have to accept it has gone.
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With the camera or a card reader connected, copy them just as you would copy any other files from place to place on your computer. If this doesn't answer your question leave me a message on my message board
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Sounds like you have your resolution set on the highest level. The higher resolutions require more memory and give you better quality pictures, but they leave you with less recording time.It also depends on the type of recording. Digital takes up more space than analog, and HD more space (5X more) than digital.
leave the camera so when you next turn it on and charge it, it will charge.
First declare that I am not a professional, and said also for reference only. Camera, you can leave a person's image, is a carrier of the past or the present. Moreover, compared to painting, it should be easy to carry, easy to use.
Yes, but just like in any country you have to be careful with your camera and never leave it unattended.