When i set my camera to it's highest resolution i can only take 12 photo's before my camera says that the memory has no more space.Then when i make a new folder and try to take a picture i get a message saying no memory space i have a 32mb memory stick where am i going wrong
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Your camera has two memories. It has a 23 Mb internal memory in addition to the SD add-on memory. If you look on page 30 of the Reference Section of your camera's manual Number of Exposures Remaining table (link below), you will see that when set at the highest resolution, your camera will only allow three exposures in the 23 Mb memory. I would go into your camera's menu and make sure that you have set it to use the SD card instead of the internal memory. You may also want to take lower resolution pictures to increase the number of pictures you can fit in memory. Also, make sure that once you do that, you reformat your SD card in the camera, not on the computer. http://download3.nikonimglib.com/archive1/nnTgc00N0x4q00P2lCs46LoqNp55/S9500S9400RM_(En)06.pdf
It will vary based on the
pixel size of your photo. At worst case, take the pixel size of the camera and
divide the memory stick by that. For example, a 3.2 MegaPixal camera, at highest
quality, can get about 40 pictures. If you reduce the quality from the best or
the size of the photo, then you will get many more pictures. With Sony, Sony
uses a compression method that gets usually double the pictures at the highest
resolution. Expect about 60 pictures with a 3.2 camera (do the math on other
I always recommend setting the camera to take the largest size format at the highest quality or "resolution" settings the camera offers.
Using the largest size and resolution combination provides images with the most detail available in your camera. It will provide excellent results for standard 4 x 6 prints and you'll be glad you chose the larger format and resolution if you wish to edit, crop & enlarge any of your shots. At one point, you'll take a picture that you're going to want to enlarge and frame - but when you have your camera set for smaller images at lower resolutions, jagged edges and pixelization begins to appear in the image. The more you enlarge - the more noticeable it becomes. You see this for yourself by taking a picture of something with small size and low resolution settings and another picture of the exact same scene but with the largest size and highest resolution settings. Display the pictures on your computer screen and enlarge them both to 200% or more. Compare the details and edges of both pictures at the same percentage on enlargement to see what I'm describing.
The size of your pictures has no bearing on the cost of printing them. The only downside is the fact that your memory card will hold fewer pictures. This means you'll need to buy additional or larger memory cards if you find that you take too many pictures between the times you transfer to your computer.
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You have to set the camera for high resolution images BEFORE you take the pictures. If you try to make them bigger later (in a computer, you can't do it in camera), you will get fuzziness or blockiness.
I don't know what you mean by "100". On my Lumix, the picture resolutions are given in pixels, like 2560x1920 or 640x480. The larger numbers are the higher resolutions, and for best quality (and biggest native size), you will want the highest resolution available in your camera. You will also want to set the compression to the finest setting. These settings are on the REC settings screen, which is the first to come up when you press the menu button.
Higher resolution/quality photos will require more storage space in memory, so you might want to get another or a bigger memory card.
There could be several reasons:
1. It depends on how many photos are on the camera to download, such as 200+. 2. If your camera is set to a very high resolution, like 10 or 12, then it will take a long time using USB. 3. If your camera's resolution is set to "Raw", it will take forever to download.
Please answer the following if you need more assistance:
What camera? How many photos to download?
What is the resolution of the photos?
What is the capacity of the memory card?
All cameras have multiple settings for picture quality. For example if you email a lot of pictures select a lower resolution. If you have "poster" size prints made select the highest resolution you camera will do. Go into your cameras set up and select the highest resolution you have. should be about 12MP. You have a high quality print with that.
perhaps that previous photo's have not been erased or cut and paste to your hard drive , put the memory stick in a cardreader and explore it see how many photo's are on the stick . i don't know th file size of your camera but gues that that is the question (it should be able to store 12 pictures in highest resolution a a 32 mb memory stick.