I just recently purchased a digital camera but I am really not familar with the memory cards. I was wondering about the gigabytes and megabytes and which memory card is goood for this type of camera
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Hi. I am not sure which model of Sakar you have purchased so I would suggest to bring the camera with you when you are about to purchase a memory card. This will allow the sales person to see and check which card your camera needs.
I wrote to Sakar and asked them ... here's their reply.
----- Thank you for contacting us with your inquiry regarding the E 50 message in the Camera.
Please note that the E50 message indicates that there could be a problem with the memory card of the Digital camera. We suggest you to try using a different memory card and check if the problem still persists.
Please feel free to contact us for further assistance.
Thank you for using Sakar International, the leader in technology.
Sincerely, Richard, The Sakar International Team http://www.sakar.com/ 1-877-397-8200
No, the A420 does not have internal memory. The card that came with the camera is only intended to allow you to try the camera to make sure it works. You should really purchase a new SD card. New ones these days are literally capable of holding hundreds if not thousands of pictures, and cost less than $7. Here's an example:
There is an alternate way of downloading images from the memory card from the camera. Get a USB memory card reader, remove the memory card from the camera, insert it into the card reader, then plug the card reader into the USB port of your computer. You will now see card reader as an external memory device, open the folder and copy your photos onto your hard drive.
Hi mystical9473, Even if your camera does not have a slot for this type of card, you may be able to keep it for backup or storage. There are memory card readers available that read several different formats, meaning you can transfer files back and forth between the cards or your computer. Depending on the prices you find, you may be able to purchase an additional SD card for less than a media card reader, so do your research before making a purchase. Thank you, Jason,
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