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Image files stored on Compact Flash Card

How many image files can be stored on the Compact Flash Card supplied with the camera?

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In general, the file size of captured image depends on which image size and quality you have selected. Since the image size may vary depending on scenes and subjects, these are approximate values only for 8MB Compact Flash. Economy: 47/178 Standard: 24/10

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What is the biggest size memory card for my Dimage A1 Minolta Camera?


An older camera, the DiMage A1 came with a 16mb card. Some cameras are picky about which cards work best. Compact Flash cards are sold in different speeds and your camera may work faster with a faster card. This camera can use Compact Flash type I or type II, and is compatible with the microdrive card. Since this camera was introduced the capacities of Compact Flash cards have increased dramatically so I believe you should be able to use a larger card with no problems but I would check out some of the online photography sites to read about other's experiences. Here is one good resource:
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Ummm... You can't transfer film directly to any computer. The information on film is stored chemically and not electronically.

If you meant to say that your digital camera has images on it and you're having problems then perhaps we can help, but you'll need to state the make and model of your digital camera and the computer operating system. Basically though, most such problems are bypassed simply by removing the memory card from the camera and inserting it into an external card reader attached to your computer.

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I have a Kodak dc290. Where can I buy a flash card for it?


The DC 290 uses Compact Flash (CF) cards. You should be able to buy them at just about any electronics or office-supply store.

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When shooting large jpgs, the card seems too slow to keep up and for a couple of seconds reads busy. why?


Check your camera for bent or broken pins where the card connects.

Failing that, take all photos off the card and format in the camera

If that still is no good, make sure you have not set the camera to RAW + Jpeg ( 2 files paer image )

See if you can borrow another card to see if the fault is in the card or camera, it may be you need to buy a faster card for those shots.

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My card won't work on my computer, what is wrong?


When you format the card, be sure to do it in the camera, as the camera firmware writes hidden files to the card.
When you insert the card into the card reader, be sure to set write-protect, so the contents cannot be corrupted.
I suspect what may have happened is that at some point there has been a conflict between files written to the card by the camera and the computer.

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Instead of connecting via the camera, just use a USB card reader and put the CF card in that.

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If you have not formated the card you might try any of the file recovery software on the web (I have used Piriform Ltd.'s Recuva with great success)

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Digital stills


The panasonic PV-L750 comes with an 8 MB Compact Flash card for storing digital still pictures.

To remove this flash card from the camcorder, open the cassette loading area using the "Tape Eject" button. The card is located inside this area. Find the "Card Eject" button to remove the flash card.

You will have to purchase a USB compact flash card READER to view and/or transfer the pictures to your PC's hard drive. You can purchase one at any computer supply store, or buy one online if you like.

Once you've transfered the images from the USB flash card reader to your PC, you can view and/or edit them with your favorite graphics image editing software.

Good luck!
~app

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Compact Flash Problems


Dynamite,
have you tried to reformat the CF card?  If you deleted the image through your computer and not with the camera, the computer may have removed more than what was needed...

SteveK

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Can I print images directly on printers capable of card direct printing via the Compact Flash in which images captured with the camera are saved?


In general, you can print the images captured with the camera directly via Compact Flash card on any printer specified to accept Compact Flash type I and II. Please contact manufacturer of the printer for technical details.

Sep 19, 2005 | Konica Minolta DiMAGE E201 Digital Camera

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