Question about Kodak EasyShare C360 Digital Camera
Why didn't the Pictures Remaining number change after I took a picture?
Posted by Anonymous on
The file size of a picture depends on the resolution you choose and the complexity of the scene. A picture of blue sky has a smaller file size than a picture of autumn leaves. If the Pictures Remaining number does not change when you take a picture, it generally means that the picture does not take up sufficient memory to decrease the number. This is normal. The number is not a count of consecutive pictures; it is counting available space - the approximate number of pictures remaining.
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