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If i use a 128MB card how many pictures will it hold

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It will vary based on the pixel size of your photo. At worst case, take the pixel size of the camera and divide the memory stick by that. For example, a 3.2 MegaPixal camera, at highest quality, can get about 40 pictures. If you reduce the quality from the best or the size of the photo, then you will get many more pictures. With Sony, Sony uses a compression method that gets usually double the pictures at the highest resolution. Expect about 60 pictures with a 3.2 camera (do the math on other resolutions).

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