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How many pictures can you hold on a 1gb sand disk with a digital camera.

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Depending on the size of ur pics.

Posted on Jun 15, 2009

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EXZS10 - HOW MANY PICS WILL THE INTERNAL MEMORY HOLD? HOW MANY PICS WILL A 4G SDHC CARD HOLD?


That depends on your image size and image quality settings. A 14megapixel picture will take more space than a 3mp picture and thus you'll get less of them to fit. There's a chart in the "Number of Snapshots/Movie Recording Time/Voice Recording Time" section of the manual (page 136 in my copy) that gives an estimate of how many pictures at each setting combination that will fit in internal memory and on a 1GB memory card. A 4GB card will hold about four times as many as a 1GB card.

Bear in mind that these numbers are estimates. The actual size a picture file also depends on the subject. A picture of a finely detailed scene will take more space than a picture of a blank wall, for example.

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I cannot format the memory card using my Canon Powershot SX110 IS Digital Camera. The option is greyed out in the menu and an error message saying that the card is locked is on the screen. THE CARD IS NOT...


You don't give any details about the card that is not working in your camera. I suspect it is not an SD card but an SDHC (high capacity) card. "SD" cards larger than about 1GB are actually SDHC cards. SD and SDHC cards fit the same slots, but they are slightly different electrically. Many cameras won't work with SDHC (high capacity) cards. SDHC is not backwards compatible.

If this is the case, try a card of 1GB or less. This will hold plenty of pictures, 60 times as many as the 16MB card. If you really need more space then just carry a spare 1GB card and swap when you fill the first one.

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Formatted scandisk in casio camera


Unfortunately, yes. That is why we always advice to back up all data before proceeding with the format.

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The 1GB disk, only takesabout 22 pictures beforeit says the memory is full


Check the setting where the pictures are being stored. It may be still storing to the internal memory.

Also check what resolution you are capturing your snaps. Although 22 pictures should not fill your memory but high resolution photos can take 5-6 MB /photo, so you can accomodate about 180-200 photos in 1GB. Try reducing the photo resolution, if you are not planning to print them.

Also, have you downloaded all the previous snaps from the card and deleted it from the 1GB card?

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Camera shutter not opening


The best thing you could do is take it to a competent repair shop, tell them what happened, and have them fix it. If it is just sand jamming the lens cover, they shouldn't charge too much to fix it.

Alternatively, if you can move the lens covers at all, try gently working them back and forth in very small movements while holding the camera with the lens pointing down - basically just try to work the sand out and let gravity help you. Be careful though, you may get sand deeper into the camera's mechanisms this way!

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I'm missing the camera card. How do I get a


This 5MP (Megapixel) camera has 16MB built-in memory and has an SD card slot.

Your camera uses either MMC of SD memory cards.
Radio Shack, BestBuy, Fry's, Office Depot, Office Max, has them.
Start with a 1GB SD card (Don't use MMC).

A 1GB card will hold almost 500 pictures at maximum resolution (5MP).
(Fry's is lowest cost, then Best Buy)

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


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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1GB Memory Card


try another card - 1Gb is like $10-$15 these days.

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Sand in my Cyber-shot DSC-S500


Before starting disassembling your camera, try to Press the power button on and hold it down while extending and twisting the telescopic zoom lens. It might fix your problem. In any case it could not make it worse Good luck!

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