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HOW MANY PICTURES CAN I TAKE WITH MY DIGAL CAMERA, WHICH IS 5 MEGAPIXEL WITH A 32 MBSD CARD.

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Without knowing which camera you have it is difficult to say!

Most cameras will have a number of different picture size and quality settings - all of these will affect the fiel size of each picture.

As a very rough estimate, a typical 5MP jpeg image at reasonably high quality is going to be around 700Kb which means you will get about 45 pictures on a 32Mb card.

Check the cameras manual. It will almost certainly tell you the file sizes per image and you should be able to work it out from there.

Hope this helps,

Matt

Posted on Mar 22, 2008

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