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I want to know how many pictures i can take with 2GB picture card

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This will depend upon what megapixel rating your camera is, and what quality setting you keep on it. Here is an example, I have a 7.1 megapixel camera and I use the best quality setting, and I get 919 pictures on my 2GB card.

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