Question about Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-S75 Digital Camera
Ok, this may have been covered before, but what method are most people using to get thier images from the Sony Memory Sticks to thier PC's. Of course, you could just goto Windows Explorer and move them over, but I also downloaded the trial version of Digipics ( http://www.4digipics.com ). I don't know if the registered version will let you pull it from the MS or not, but I can't seem to make the trial version make it work (Pointed to the K:\ which is where the MS is loaded) and it still didn't pull the shots off...so I wanted to know what other people were using. Also, do most people reduce the size of these things from the 2048x1536 to something more manageable when posting to these online Picture Hosts (800x600 or 1024x768)... I just know that a few people may be using Modems and not like the 1.3MB DL... The last thing I wanted to mention is that I was somewhat disappointed with the storage of the 128 MB MS... It will hold like 82 pics one the 2048x1536 at the Fine Resoltion... I was hoping for something more like 100-115, but oh well... Wade
Posted by Anonymous on
Personally I see no reason to use anything but WinEx to pull them off and then delete them from the camera. Once they are on the PC then any number of programs will manage them just fine. BTW Loved the doll. No red-eye! The pics as displayed in the album are fine 450x338 @ 16K. You could even link to them here and it shouldn't be a problem. imagestation keeps the originals hidden one layer down. You have to click for them.
Posted on Sep 11, 2005
Well... that's about right, really. At that resolution, the average pic is about 1.4MB in size, and in Fine mode, depending upon your subject, I suppose you could get up to near 1.6MB, althoug I haven't downloaded many at that size. Did you format the Memory Stick and try shooting a variety of things? I would expect that you'd fit more like 90 pics. I get about 60 pics on a 64 MB stick (my resolution is 1856x1392, and my file sizes average around 1.1MB)
Posted on Sep 11, 2005
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