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How many images can the DiMAGE Z5 save in a 16MB SD Memory Card?

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Re: How many images can the DiMAGE Z5 save in a 16MB SD...

Still image Image Size: 2560x1920/2048x1536/1600x1200/640x480 Economy : 18 / 26 / 37 / 142 Standard : 9 / 15 / 22 / 101 Fine : 4 / 7 / 12 / 67 Movie 640x480 Fine: 30 fps: 9 sec. / 15fps: 18 sec. 640x480 Std.: 30 fps: 14 sec. / 15 fps: 28 sec. 320x240 Std.: 30 fps: 29 sec. / 15 fps: 57 sec. *The writing speed of the memory card may prematurely end the recording of a movie clip.

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What is the maximum size sd card I can use? Mahalo for your assistance


This camera model is about 12 years old now and most cameras of the age had small memory cards as the camera produced relatively small image files. The camera was supplied with a 16 Mb (not Gb) SD card so I wouldn't have thought the maximum capacity would be much over 64Mb.
Check this http://www.dpreview.com/reviews/konicaminoltaz5/2

Sep 16, 2015 | Konica Minolta DiMAGE Z5 Digital Camera

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I can't get rid of Error message on my Konica Minolta Z5 : SD card seems blocked, even after reformatting, because some pix may have been rotated 90 degrees ???


The Z5 can display photos that it took. However, it cannot display edited photos. Due to the way the JPEG standard is defined, a rotation of the picture constitutes editing. If you rotate it four times, or once and then undo, it still constitutes editing. If you open a picture and then save it without doing anything else, it still counts as editing. Thus, if you want to put pictures back onto the card, you'll have to use the original pictures.
The proper workflow is to download the pictures to your computer. Then, if you're going to do any work on any of these pictures, do it on copies. This way, if you totally mess up an edit, you'll still have the original.

Feb 01, 2012 | Konica Minolta DiMAGE Z5 Digital Camera

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When inserting SD Card in to Dimage Z5 the camera will not read card. (''Unable to use card.) Please help.


http://ca.konicaminolta.com/support/americas/digital_cameras/dimage-z/dimage-z5/compatibility/detail.html

Your card is probably not supported by the camera.

Jul 05, 2009 | Digital Cameras

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Z3 will not accept a 2g card


The Dimage Z3 accept SD cards up to 1GB (Minolta says 512 Mb, and sold it with 16Mb). This camera is 4MP , and uses less memory on card, therefore a 512MB card will be enough for it.

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SanDisk SD Industrial Flash memory card - 512 ... from $14

Here 1 Gb, try at your risk, but they normally work:

1GB micro SD memory card for Konica Minolta ...

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1GB Flash Memory Upgrade Card for Konica ... £3.44 - Memory Express

Here review: Steves Digicams - Minolta DiMAGE Z3 -

Mar 31, 2009 | Konica Minolta DiMAGE Z3 Digital Camera

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SD max size


I don't have any first-hand information, but you'll probably be ok as long as you stay under capacities of 2GB. The original SD specification only allowed cards up to 2GB to be compliant with the standard, so I think that pretty much every camera that has an SD slot can handle 2GB capacities.

Jan 25, 2009 | Konica Minolta DiMAGE Z5 Digital Camera

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Same SD card problem with Dimage Z5


Your Card may need to be formatted. to fix this problem:
[note- before you start, make sure that your SD Card is blank, or that the information is unimportant, because formatting your card will erase all of the information.]

1) Plug the card into your computer, if you can, in the SD slot, or use a USB - SD transformer to plug your card into a USB port.

2) After its plugged in, go to 'My Computer'.

3) Right Click on the drive its plugged it into

4) press format

5) Make sure all of the correct settings are on and start the format.

now your SD card is formatted and should work in your camera and you can continue taking pictures. YEA :^)


Apr 13, 2008 | Konica Minolta DiMAGE Z5 Digital Camera

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Dimage z5


I have formatted the sd card and now I can se the picthures

Apr 04, 2008 | Konica Minolta DiMAGE Z5 Digital Camera

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DC6550


We need to be sure of some things:

Are you saving the picture to the internal flash memory or an external SD card?

1) The internal memory will only hold 16MB of pictures, check if it's full.

2) The external SD memory can only be up to 1GB in size, anything bigger will not be recognized by the camera
1. Make sure the SD card is not "locked". Some SD cards have a little switch to prevent them to be written into.
2. SD card should be formatted by the camera preferably or as the FAT format in your PC.

Does this help you in any way?
Please give us more information as to how you are saving them and/or any further questions you may have.

Good luck!

Dec 12, 2007 | Cobra Digital DC6550 Digital Camera

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Memory card


Format the SD card. Use the menu button to find FORMAT.

Aug 21, 2007 | Konica Minolta DiMAGE Z5 Digital Camera

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