Question about Cameras
Download the pics and look at the average fiile size used. To see file size, in folder where pic where downloaded, left click in blank area and select VIEW then DETAILS. If the average file sizes is 3Meg, then you got all the card will hold.
If average file sizes is 1.5Meg or less, then you are missing memory space. Some cheap off-brand cards will false label and report a capacity larger than thery really are. FORMAT the card in the camera and try it again.
There is an SD card tester Utility for free at: http://tinyurl.com/68u866 . It will test the speed and capacity of an SD or SDHC card in a card reader. This is a popular program on the net and perfectly safe to download. It does not install on your computer, but just runs till the test is completed. You get a report of the findings. There is a ReadMe file included for instructions, but would recommend to your more techie friend if your not.
If your card is a name brand, San Disk, Kingston, Panasonic, etc., then it is very unlikely it is a fraud.
Posted on Apr 05, 2008
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