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Memory cards My camera specs say that a 16MB memory card (like a Secure Digital or CompactFlash card) can store up to 110 images. So why doesn't mine store that many? And exactly how many images can be stored on a 16MB memory card anyway?

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Re: Memory cards

You may be able to store up to 110 images if you use the camera in its lowest resolution mode. In high resolution, you may get only 24 shots. We wish we could tell you precisely, but it depends on the exact size of the file created by a given camera, as well as the resolution that you select. Keep in mind that Secure Digital, CompactFlash, and SmartMedia memory cards are competing products and are not interchangeable. You'll find a few cameras that are compatible with more than one brand, but generally when you buy a digital camera today, you'll be making a commitment to work with one type of memory card. Use the attached chart to determine the average number of photos that Secure Digital memory cards can store (compatible with most HP digital cameras)

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C-Series : Optical zoom lens cameras with sliding lens cover Product name xD-Picture Card *1-7 SmartMedia
3V(3.3V) CompactFlash Type M+ / M Type H Standard C-990ZS - - - X
2MB - 128MB - C-990 ZOOM - - - X
2MB - 128MB - C-960 ZOOM - - - X
2MB - 128MB - C-920 ZOOM - - - X
2MB - 128MB - C-900 ZOOM - - - X
2MB - 32MB - C-500 ZOOM X
256MB - 2GB X
256MB - 2GB X
16MB - 512MB - - C-480 ZOOM X
256MB - 2GB X
256MB - 2GB X
16MB - 512MB - - C-470 ZOOM X
256MB - 2GB X
256MB - 2GB X
16MB - 512MB - - C-460 ZOOM X
256MB - 1GB X
256MB - 2GB X
16MB - 512MB - - C-450 ZOOM X
256MB - 512MB X
256MB - 512MB X
16MB - 512MB - -
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PDC 1100 camera with Windows NT4/Me/2000.


Windows Me and 2000 - A new camera TWAIN driver (version 4.1e) compatible with Windows Me and 2000 is now available for download. The new TWAIN driver will allow photo transfer using most image viewing or editing programs that are TWAIN compatible. Windows NT4 - No TWAIN driver is available for use with Windows NT4. However, the PDC 1100 accommodates a removable CompactFlash memory card (maximum 128MB) for storing images. When used with a Windows NT4-compatible CompactFlash card reader, images can be dragged and dropped from the camera's memory card to any location on your computer's hard drive.

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Memory card?


The PDC 700 digital camera has 4 MB of internal flash memory on which to store images. An optional ATA-compatible Type 1 CompactFlash memory card gives your camera substantially more memory, allowing you to store more images or images of higher quality. images captured on the CompactFlash card can be downloaded using the same method as you use to download photos from the internal memory.

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ERROR MESSAGE: Corrupted CompactFlash card.


Storing digital picture information to a CompactFlash card (as when a digital image is taken) is similar to storing data on the hard drive of a computer -- if the process is stopped or interrupted, the information stored is not complete and, therefore, "corrupts" the storage media. A computer will display a warning message indicating that the hard drive has errors, while a camera will display a message indicating the memory card is corrupted. The CompactFlash card corruption can be caused by: * Turning off the camera power before the photo information is completely stored on the card. * Removing the card before the photo information is completely stored on it. * Taking a second picture before the camera has finished storing the previous picture. * Camera batteries that are near the end of their life and need to be replaced. Once a CompactFlash card is corrupted, it can be used again only by performing a Format procedure. IMPORTANT! When a CompactFlash card is re-formatted, any pictures stored on it will be lost forever and cannot be recovered.

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ERROR MESSAGE: Corrupted CompactFlash card.


Storing digital picture information to a CompactFlash card (as when a digital image is taken) is similar to storing data on the hard drive of a computer -- if the process is stopped or interrupted, the information stored is not complete and, therefore, "corrupts" the storage media. A computer will display a warning message indicating that the hard drive has errors, while a camera will display a message indicating the memory card is corrupted. The CompactFlash card corruption can be caused by: * Turning off the camera power before the photo information is completely stored on the card. * Removing the card before the photo information is completely stored on it. * Taking a second picture before the camera has finished storing the previous picture. * Camera batteries that are near the end of their life and need to be replaced. Once a CompactFlash card is corrupted, it can be used again only by performing a Format procedure. IMPORTANT! When a CompactFlash card is re-formatted, any pictures stored on it will be lost forever and cannot be recovered.

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Formatting a CompactFlash card.


A digital camera's Format command is used to prepare a removeable CompactFlash memory card to accept digital image information from the camera. A card should be formatted when: * the card is new and has never been used before. * the card was used in a different camera or other device that accepts CompactFlash cards. * the card has become "corrupted" and will not store additional images.

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How are images stored in the camera?


images are stored in either internal flash memory or optional removable, reusable CompactFlash cards. Providing both internal and removable storage offers users maximum storage flexibility. Internal camera memory ensures that the camera is always ready to capture pictures, even if the optional memory cards have been misplaced, lost or damaged. Optional storage cards enable users to expand storage capacity according to their usage needs. Since the pictures are stored in flash memory chips, pictures can be retained for up to one year without power.

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What else can I do with CompactFlash


You can copy images to a CompactFlash card from the camera's internal memory or copy images from the CompactFlash card to the camera's memory. Also, if you have a PCMCIA adapter and a computer with a Type II PCMCIA slot, you can access images stored on a CompactFlash card directly from your computer.

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CompactFlash card


Download all images into your computer that you want to save, put the card into it's adapter, then place it in a computer with a type II PCMCIA socket and run a DOS format command. After reformatting, the card will have 16MB available.

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How are images stored in the camera?


images are stored in either internal flash memory or optional removable, reusable CompactFlash cards. Providing both internal and removable storage offers users maximum storage flexibility. Internal camera memory ensures that the camera is always ready to capture pictures, even if the optional memory cards have been misplaced, lost or damaged. Optional storage cards enable users to expand storage capacity according to their usage needs. Since the pictures are stored in flash memory chips, pictures can be retained for up to one year without power.

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