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EXZS10 - HOW MANY PICS WILL THE INTERNAL MEMORY HOLD? HOW MANY PICS WILL A 4G SDHC CARD HOLD?

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That depends on your image size and image quality settings. A 14megapixel picture will take more space than a 3mp picture and thus you'll get less of them to fit. There's a chart in the "Number of Snapshots/Movie Recording Time/Voice Recording Time" section of the manual (page 136 in my copy) that gives an estimate of how many pictures at each setting combination that will fit in internal memory and on a 1GB memory card. A 4GB card will hold about four times as many as a 1GB card.

Bear in mind that these numbers are estimates. The actual size a picture file also depends on the subject. A picture of a finely detailed scene will take more space than a picture of a blank wall, for example.

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