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How many photos can be stored on a digital photo frame?

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Hello Keith-ham,

The number of pictures that a digital photo frame can hold is dependent upon the amount of internal memory that the frame has and the file size of the pictures.

Many digital photo frames have 128 MB of internal memory. Assuming an average file size of 3-4 MB, such a frame could hold around 35-40 images.

Some frames also allow you to plug in an SD memory card from your camera, so the amount of storage space the the frame has can be greatly expanded.

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Hi,
I generally depends upon the size of the picture that you are storing and the memory card that in the digital frame.
eg 128 MB photo frame ,would store close to 10 pictures at 8 megapixel resolution

Posted on Apr 14, 2008

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