Size of digital camera internal memory and is a memory card necessary?
most digital cameras come with a very small internal memory, allowing you to take anywhere from 10-25 pictures.
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yes it is possible to transfere pictures from a Kodak digital camrs to your computer HOW?] you have to download an kodak picture app. Just google Kodak for mac
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 fro…m your computer to flash drives. ( Full Answer )
\n. \nthere really is no specific card for either... they are designed to work on both. it is like a thumb drive that only fits in a SD slot.
A camera with this pixel setting will have more room, but theimages may not be as crisp as ones with a bigger pixel count. Youcan fit approximately 200 pictures of this kind on a 2 GB memorycard.
It really depends on what quality and resolution settings you choose on the camera, when i went on holiday to Paris 3 weeks ago i took a 7.1 MP Samsung camera with a 2gb SD card in and turned all of the settings to the highest level (for editing purposes) Each photo took up between 2 and 3MB of memo…ry. If 2gb = 2000MB i am sure you can work out the maths! Actually 2GB = 2048MB... ( Full Answer )
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
Normally it should not (unless it is hot or salty). Just ensure to make it clean and dry before plugging in.
Try by removing the memory stick and then attaching the camera to computer with USB cable. Switch on camera. It should open up a dialogue box in Windows XP (or similar OS). Select 'open folder to view file' or open Windows Explorer and open camera folder (probably displayed as new drive E: or like t…hat in My Computer) . You may also check whether there is an option of selecting "camera as mass storage device" in settings menu of camera. If yes then select this before connecting.. If you have no means of attaching the camera to the computer, place an empty memory stick into the camera. In review mode, a message indicates there is no data, but there is in the internal memory. While still in review mode, press the menu button and go the the "Setup" section, the last option. Now, scroll down to the "Memory Stick Tool" section. From there, highlight the "Copy" choice at the bottom, and select the OK option to proceed. You will get a message: "All data in internal memory will be copied." Press OK, and it will copy everything in the internal memory to your memory stick. Then, when you have plugged the memory stick into your computer, you will find a new folder entitled Copy. All your photos from the internal memory of the camera will be in there. ( Full Answer )
A 10-megapixel image in JPEG format takes up about 2,5 Mb of space (can vary depending on the quality of the photo). That means you should be able to fit about 1600 pictures on a 4Gb card. Every digital camera displays the number of pictures you can store on the current card. **** See also Ho…w many pictures will a 1GB memory card hold at 5.1 mega pixels A simple way to find out how many images you can have on any memory card is to turn on the camera and set the resolution and file sizes and see what it tells you. A number of things will dictate what size image you get. The first is the quality setting. On my camera I have a standard setting, a fine setting, extra fine setting, Raw plus JPEG, Raw and JPEG. With RAW images on a 2 gig card I get 398 images. With RAW/JPEG and on a large size (3008 x 2000 pixles) I get 298 images. This is because I get two sets of images. Setting it to RAW/JPEG and small file (1504 x 1000 pixles) I get 364 images. Setting my quality to EXTRA FINE and Large image (3008 x 2000 pixles) I get 613 images. My advice is to always shoot at either RAW or JPEG at the highest resolution. Storage capacity is so cheap nowadays it is hardly worth worrying about how many images you can get on a card ( Full Answer )
No, but these days it's pretty much becoming a standard accessory. It's safe to assume that any mainstream laptop today will have a Media Card reader.
Some cameras have permanent memory chips where they store the pictures until you download them. A memory card is a removable "card" which is basically a portable mass storage device that you can take out and plug in to your computer and download your pictures or some printers have slots to put them …in and print your pics.. ( Full Answer )
No. The photos are saved to the memory card, so if you remove the card, there are no photos in the camera.
How do i copy pictures from my internal memory to my memory card on my Kodak easy share digital camera?
Put memory stick in camera. Go to review photo button. Once photo appears click menu. Scroll down to copy and click. It will ask this photo or all. Click on all and the transfer process begins.
About 400 JPEG (.jpg) images at the highest quality setting, more if quality is reduced. This is approximate, as details vary. The information is from a Pentax K10D.
Your fuji model A101 camera takes "SmartMedia" cards. SmartMedia cards are considered obsolete, and are no longer in production. You might be able to find a 128mb card (which is as big as they went) for sale online.
To clear memory card,you could format the memory card or put in your laptop and delete it
some computers cant. it has to have a special slot to put the memory card into and the memory card has to be the right size to fit
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 c…ompression 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 the file size so you can get more or less from your card. ( Full Answer )
If you mean REMOVE memory card. The memory card is usually under a flap which when opened reveals the memory card, push the card as if pushing it in and it will release the card. Some times the batteries are also housed in the same compartment.. If you mean erase (FORMAT) the card, this facility sh…ould be on one of the MENUs.. Hope this has been of some use to you.. Bugs ( Full Answer )
That you will have to hook up a cable to get the pictures out of the camera since the 'memory card' is built in. There is no place to insert a standard memory card.
There are different types of chips for cameras so I would not call them universal.
It's likely that your 4GB card is an "SDHC" card, and your camera is an older camera that was designed before the SDHC format came out. Although SDHC cards look exactly like standard SD cards, they are not. If your camera is a few years old, only SD cards of 2GB or less (standard SD cards) will wo…rk with your camera. But hang onto that 4GB card. One day you'll have a newer camera that will make good use of it. ( Full Answer )
Cameras use SD cards. If it is too small, they usually come with a slot adapter which you put in the card in. Then you put the adapter in an SD port, assuming your computer has an SD port. If it does not, then you must connect it via other means such as USB.
it depends on what kind of camera and how much memory 2gb 12.99-16.99, 4gb 16.99-22.99 and so on
There will be a hatch on the side or the base, flick it open, and either push the memory card until it unlocks or press the slide in the direction of the arrow. Your best bet is to get hold of a manual for your particular model (try the manufacturer's website if you don't have one - they can ofte…n be downloaded free). ( Full Answer )
When you have a memory card inside the camera you have to press down on it. it should pop out easily. if not you may have inserted the card incorrectly. in this case you should contact the camera manufacturer or go to get it repaired.
memory card will be seen compatible to a Kodak easy share if the memory card has a sign of the easy share Kodak or having a logo
The Sony Cyber-shot DSCW290 uses a Memory Stick Pro Duo card to store pictures and movies plus audio.
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 )
well, pictures need to be stored SOMEWHERE on your camera, right? just like how our memories store information, memory cards store the pictures you take. a camera without a memory card is about as good as no camera at all.
Well there are all different types of memory cards so they will all be different prices but the most common price is about $5,$6,and $7 dollars
you click set and keep scrolling right untill it says do you want to format your memory? then you click set again ( because that means ok and if not just click ok ) and there you have it your memory card was formated:)
Sadly when you buy the camera it doesn't come with a card. I would suggest getting at least 2gb memory for your sd card, 8gb if you plan on taking more video.
I took a cord that plugs into the camera inside the memory card opening(AV/out) it hooked up with the computer. Yea
Most digital camera's on the market nowadays need a internal memory card. These may come in various forms like compact flash, SD cards, Memory sticks, etc. You will need to find the brand and model to help you find out what kind of memory card you will need. Most digital camera's will tell you wh…at kind of memory card it takes where you insert it on the camera. The store where you bought your camera from should carry memory cards and/or they should be able to advise you in what kind to get. These memory cards can be purchase online or at many electronic or department stores. Depending on your camera's mega-pixels you may need a larger memory card to hold more photos. ( Full Answer )
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. ( Full Answer )
Yes, there are many printers that will do that. The new Epson, HP and Dell printers have a memory card spot to print directly from your camera. Sometimes, there will even be a USB connection to connect straight to your camera from your printer.
It actually depends on what camera you are using, each camera has their own memory requirements.
It may be in a place in your camera that has an opening, not the place to charge, but a bigger place perhaphs. In the corner there is a little card, 1 inch-2 and that may be, if there is nothing there, Then you bought the camera without the memory card best place to buy them : Best Buy, Rite Aid, i …suggest technologys places ! ( Full Answer )
The model of Nikon camera will determine the specific memory cards that are approved for use. Most Nikon cameras support a wide range of memory card sizes from 512 MB to 8 GB and up.
Sony is a very good company which sells good memory cards. They come in 8 Giga Bytes, 16 Giga Bytes and 32 Giga Bytes. They also come in a larger capacity but they are not popular. Best Buy and Walmart carry Sony digital camera memory cards.
To delete the information from a memory card, you need to plug it into a device and move all the items on the memory card over to the trash can on that device. This will delete it from the memory card.
A digital memory card can be bought from a variety of stores. These include electronic stores, computing stores, large stationary stores and even some large supermarkets.
Camera memory cards are used in digital camera to store all of the data for the photos. The information can then be transferred onto a computer to allow the photos to be shared or viewed.
You can purchase a SD Digital camera memory cars at a electronic shop like The Source, Bell, Telus, Rogers. You could also go to a camera store. Wal-Mart even sells some.
Digital cameras usually have external memory cards that can hold many picture files. There are different types of cards with different memory sizes ranging from 2 gb to 64 gb.
Memory cards for a Canon Digital XTI camera can be purchased from Amazon. These items will also be available from local high street photography store.
The best online deals for cheap memory cards for digital camers can be found on Pronto. But depending on the geographical location (country), some other online sources could be Sandisk or DigitalCameraWarehouse.
The highest capacity memory card available to use with a Canon digital camera is one that has a 8GB size. This card can be purchased at Walmart or Target for about $15.
Have you ever tried to delete your camera memory card photosmistakenly and find there is no data copy left on other places? Infact, last Saturday, I did have experienced this problem anddeleted many of my precious pictures of the last year. I was reallydepressed and regretful at first. But, I didn't… give up andsearched the similar problem on the internet. And fortunately foundthat there were ways for me to rescue lost pictures back,especially by using some card data recovery software . So, I cheered up and followed the guidance to restore my lostpictures back step by step: Step1 . Add no more new on this memory card in case thatanything new would rewrite the wanted camera pictures. Step2 . Attach this memory card to computer and also downloadreliable data recovery software to scan and fins all stuffs back. Step3 . Restore and save all camera card pictures on thecomputer drives in case of data recovery failure. So, eventually, I saw my lost pictures again. Am I really lucky,right? So, if you also have no any idea to get your lost data back, thesesearched stuffs may help you somehow: ucfix.com/data-recovery/data-recovery-after-format-memory-card.html en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Data_recovery Or blog4mark.blogspot.com/2013/01/memory-card-recovery.html ( Full Answer )