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How do i save the pictures to see them without a memory card

The camera will not save pictures, do i need a memory card to save them?

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There is only a 16 MB internal memory built into the camera, which at 5 Million pixels will allow you 1 or 2 photos, so you will have to by an SD type card, i would suggest either a 512MB card or 1GB if you are taking pictures at the highest resolution.

Posted on Jul 14, 2007

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