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Digital Camera Question

By EnglishST
Mar 4, 2004
  1. I dunno if this is in the right board but i would like some help anyway.

    I have a digital camera and i was wondering how many pictures i could store on a The 128MB SD Card along with other memory sizes?

    Cheers - EnglishST
     
  2. Godataloss

    Godataloss TS Rookie Posts: 482

    Depends on the resolution of your ccd. I have a 2.1megapixel camera and a 256mb memory stick that will store about 500 pics at full resolution.
     
  3. EnglishST

    EnglishST TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 16

    I've got a 2.0 Mega Pixel Camera and would want to use the full resolution for the pictures i was thinking of getting a 128MB SD Card but wasnt to sure how much pfhotos i woud get out of it..
     
  4. lowman

    lowman TS Rookie Posts: 380

    It depends

    As stated, it all depends on the resolution you set the camera to take pictures at...and on the quality of the camera...I've seen a couple of knock off brands tat cost next to nothing that don't format the pictures efficiently and you end up wasting space.
     
  5. EnglishST

    EnglishST TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 16

    Yeh Cheers, what I'll do is buy a 128MB SD Card and wack it in my Kodak Camera :D and just see how many Pictures i can get out of it....

    EnglishST
     
  6. Godataloss

    Godataloss TS Rookie Posts: 482

    256mb cards are getting pretty cheap and are virtually bottomless in a 2mp camera. I took tons of pics and short videos the week I was in acapulco and still had quite a bit of room left and you never have to worry about taking your memory out of the camera to store/replace a new one.

    As a side note, I took my memory stick the the printing kiosk at Walgreens and made 30 beautiful prints in about 5 minutes for 29 cents a piece. Makes me wonder why I spent all that money on the Epson, inks and papers...course there are pics not suitable for printing at Walgreens:evil:
     
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