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Image files stored on Compact Flash Card

How many image files can be stored on the Compact Flash Card supplied with the camera?

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In general, the file size of captured image depends on which image size and quality you have selected. Since the image size may vary depending on scenes and subjects, these are approximate values only for 8MB Compact Flash. Economy: 47/178 Standard: 24/10

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When shooting large jpgs, the card seems too slow to keep up and for a couple of seconds reads busy. why?

Check your camera for bent or broken pins where the card connects.

Failing that, take all photos off the card and format in the camera

If that still is no good, make sure you have not set the camera to RAW + Jpeg ( 2 files paer image )

See if you can borrow another card to see if the fault is in the card or camera, it may be you need to buy a faster card for those shots.
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To remove this flash card from the camcorder, open the cassette loading area using the "Tape Eject" button. The card is located inside this area. Find the "Card Eject" button to remove the flash card.

You will have to purchase a USB compact flash card READER to view and/or transfer the pictures to your PC's hard drive. You can purchase one at any computer supply store, or buy one online if you like.

Once you've transfered the images from the USB flash card reader to your PC, you can view and/or edit them with your favorite graphics image editing software.

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Can I print images directly on printers capable of card direct printing via the Compact Flash in which images captured with the camera are saved?

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Epson Image Authentication System work with flash card?

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Epson Image Authentication System work with flash card?

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