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Storage path Where are the images stored on my iPalm™ digital camera?

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On removable memory cards. Panasonic iPalm Digital Cameras are equipped with an SD Card Slot which allows the camera to store images on EITHER an MultiMediaCard (MMC) or an SD Memory Card. Simply insert an MMC or SD Card into the camera, take pictures until the card is full, then remove it or replace it with a fresh card. You can selectively erase any or all of the images from the either the MultiMediaCard or the SD Memory Card and reuse it. Storage capacity for the PV-DC3000-A (based on included 16MB SD Memory Card) SuperFine Mode* (2048x1536/low compression) up to 13 images Fine Mode (2048x1536) up to 27 images Normal/2x Digital Zoom Modes (1024x768) up to 69 images Burst Recording Mode (1024x768) up to 82 images 3x Digital Zoom Mode (640x480) up to 150 images Motion Image Recording Mode (12 sec. max./320x240) 9 sets TIFF Mode (2048x1536/no compression) 1 image Storage capacity for the PV-DC3010 (based on included 32MB SD Memory Card) SuperFine Mode* (2048x1536/low compression) up to 29 images Fine Mode (2048x1536) up to 57 images Normal/2x Digital Zoom Modes (1024x768) up to 145 images Burst Recording Mode (1024x768) up to 172 images 3x Digital Zoom Mode (640x480) up to 315 images Motion Image Recording Mode (12 sec. max./320x240) 19 sets TIFF Mode (2048x1536/no compression) 3 images

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