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FD88 storage expansion?

Wondering if anyone knows of any way to expand the storage capabilities of the FD88 beyond the rather annyoying limitation of a HD floppy. THanks Tony Widoff

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Get more storage?


Most tablets have an internal "bin" for programs, pictures, and such. When you add an SD card, that's still external, and you can fill up the internal without touching the external card. You can use the file manager to clean up the internal storage.

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Internal memory card full


This camera has an internal storage capacity of 16.0 MB. That isn't much. But, it also has a slot for an SD memory card, which is capable of storing far more data than the camera's built-in memory. If you don't have one, go get a good quality, high-capacity SD card and install it in your camera according to the instructions. You should be able to store all kinds of pics and videos. But keep in mind that even the SD card has a limited amount of storage capacity, so you'll need to download the card to your computer now and again and re-initialize the card, or buy another when it gets full.

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I own a Nikon Coolpix 5700 and recntly I face a problem with the memory card, The memory card is Nikon Compact Flash 32MB and the camera shoes that I can have Basic 51 photoes, Noraml 26 Fine 13 and Hi...


Nikon Coolpix 5700 Digital Camera memory card failure:

This camera has capabilities which far exceed the data storage of a 32 MB memory card. Put what you can onto the Nikon Compact Flash card and purchase another, larger, 2 GB card for your other storage. This should easily meet both the needs of the camera and your own. The original card must have had data deterioration or a mistake was made in transferring the pictures.

Go to Google and download their Picasa App; it is great for anyone transferring their photography from one storage type to another and you can use it for publishing material to the Web or to your family group e-mail.

Please comment on the success of this solution!

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The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-H50 Digital Camera has a maximum video resolution of 640x480. Has anyone hacked the firmware so that the video resolution can be increased to 1280x720 or higher? And how to do...


Both are not possible. They're both due to hardware limitations. Video resolution is limited to the amount of data the camera can continually process, video shooting time is limited to prevent overheating. You have a digital stills camera which can shoot some video within fixed limitations, really aimed at shooting short low-res video suitable for sites like YouTube. If the H50 had greater video capability built-in, then Sony would not have left it untapped as the camera market is highly competitive.

If you want a camera which has a greater video capability then your only fix is to buy a different camera. many current digital stills cameras are now fully video capable at high resolution, but the prices of such models shows a huge hike. Look at the nearly doubled price between the Panasonic G1 and the GH1 for example, virtually the same camera but the GH1 has full HD video.

Sorry that this is not the answer you hoped for, but you now have a clear explanation why you cannot do as you wish and know what your options are if you wish to shoot HD video. Please take a moment to rate the free answer I have provided for you (bearing in mind that I am not responsible for the hardware limitations of your camera) and any testimonial which you might wish to add is always welcome!

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SONY MAVICA MVC 16X CAMERA HAS PROTECT DISC ERROR COME UP ON EVERY DISK ? HOW DO I FIX OR DO I ? THANKS


Go to the menu (s) and reset all to default.
Make sure that any protect lever is not on protect position.
Try the camera again.

Sep 02, 2009 | Sony Mavica MVC-FD88 Digital Camera

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Would like more picture capability . . .


Hi,

Your Vivitar Vivicam 5385 accepts SD Card cards.The largest SD Card card you can use in your Vivitar Vivicam 5385 is 2GB.

This link will take you to an online store, the Panasonic 2GB SD card is £5.99 Delivered.

http://www.mymemory.co.uk/SD-Cards/Panasonic/Panasonic-2GB-SD-Card-%28Secure-Digital%29

Simply insert this into the slot on your camera and you should be good for well over 800 to 1000 pics.

Best wishes and hope this reply helps.

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Mar 02, 2009 | Vivitar ViviCam 3330 Digital Camera

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I have a JVC Everio GZ-MG21EK Camcorder can anyone tell me the maximum sd card that you can use with this camcorder


There is no limit beyond the limits of the SD cards themselves. The JVC Everio GZ-MG21EK camera DOES NOT support SDHC cards, so you are restricted to the smaller capacities of the non-SDHC SD cards. I am successfully using a 2GB SD card in this model.

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Sony MVC FD 88


Saves to Floppy -very old model see http://www.mouthshut.com/product-reviews/Sony_MVC-FD_88_Mavica-925013602.html

Aug 31, 2007 | Sony Mavica MVC-FD88 Digital Camera

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Mavica Fd88 & Memory Stick?


Very old model uses floppies see http://www.mouthshut.com/product-reviews/Sony_MVC-FD_88_Mavica-925013602.html

Sep 12, 2005 | Sony Mavica MVC-FD88 Digital Camera

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DSC-T7 Magnify Mode


Hello, Don't mix magnifier mode and expanded focus mode. Magnifier mode is simply a short AF range operating mode, like a kinda super-macro. Whether you selected mag/macro/normal, the camera operates always same except that the focussing range limits are changed accordingly by the S/W. The lens itself is capable of focussing from 1cm to infinity anyway. Expanded focus is used on some still and video cameras to assit manual focus because the LCD's resolution is lower than the CCD's. It can be seen as a workaround for the lack of optical reflex viewfinder (Sony cams ar not dSLRs, including HDR-FX1!). So the center area of the pic is "digitally zoomed" to make sure you can adjust a sharp focus of the point of interest in your frame. However it has nothing to do with macro shooting, and works at any distance within the lenses focussing range. Hope having helped

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