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How many pictures can I expect to get off 1GB?

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Hi, the exact number of photos will depend on a couple factors - primarily the format you choose to save them in, and the actual subject matter of the photos.

An average 10 megapixel camera image will be about 4.5MB (megabytes). A 1GB card would be able to hold about 220 of these.
A 5 megapixel camera would be approx double that at around 440

When in shooting mode, the camera should tell you how many images it has left available on-screen, look for a number that decreases by 1 everytime you take a picture

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