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8MB SmartMedia Card

How many images can be stored on the included 8MB SmartMedia Card?

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Quality Pixel Resolution Storable images TIFF 1600 X 1200 1 shot 1280 X 960 2 shots 1024 X 768 3 shots 640 X 480 8 shots SHQ 1600 X 1200 5 or more shots HQ 1600 X 1200 16 or more shots SQ 1280 X 960 (HIGH) 8 1280 X 960 (NORMAL) 24 1024 X 768 (HIGH) 13 1024 X 768 (NORMAL) 38 640 X 480 (HIGH) 32 640 X 480 (NORMAL) 82

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D-150/C-1 Memory Card Storage Capacity Quality Resolution # of Storable images SHQ 1280 x 960 8 or more HQ 1280 x 960 24 or more SQ 640 x 480 82 or more

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