Question about Cameras
The number of frames you get on your camera is per Mega pixel. Mega pixel is the resolution of your images and the higher the resolution the more memory your image will take. Your camera comes with a maximum resolution of 7 megapixels which on average takes 4.4mb of memory. Your camera has 32mb of internal memory, but can and should be upgraded with a memory card which you can get with many different storage capacity's. With just the internal memory and your camera set to maximum resolution you would get 7.3 images.
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