How do you move pictures from digital camera memory to flash memory without using a computer?
Why would you not be able to develop pictures from a memory card if you can see the images on your computer and camera?
Answer . Some cameras require that you save the picture to the card. If you don't save them the picture can be seen in the camera or even if the camera is plugged in to the computer.
yes it is possible to transfere pictures from a Kodak digital camrs to your computer HOW?] you have to download an kodak picture app. Just google Kodak for mac
Expandable memory cards can range in size from as small as 16MB, all the way up to 4GB (4 Gigabytes or 4,000,000,000 bytes / 4 billion bytes), and range in price from $20-$200. The chart below will give you a basic outline of how much memory a digital image will take up on different size cards, and …with various output resolutions. Please remember these are approximate numbers of images; results with your camera may vary. Resolution / Mega Pixels Capacity 3.0 MP 5.0 MP 8.0 MP 10 MP 12 MP 16MB 10 9 5 2 2 32MB 25 17 10 5 4 128MB 150 120 80 55 32 256MB 300 240 160 110 71 512MB 600 480 320 225 121 1GB 1200 950 600 400 260 2GB 2400 1900 1200 800 500 4GB* 4000 3000 2000 1500 1000 (MORE)
Answer . Yes, if your computer has a memory card reader that your particular memory card will fit into and work with. The card reader will allow your computer to read and write to the memory card as though it were any other disk drive, and you can even use the same Windows Explorer to do so.
Need more imput. What kind of camera? If it has a removable mem card, the Wal-mart sells and USB device for that. You slide the card into the device, insert the device into a usb port etc. Kodak c143
My best guess would be to use the usb data cord that may have come with your camera to load pics to your computer. After that,I suggest uploading the pics from the comp to your sd card via usb card reader(you can get them on ebay.ca for $10 including shipping) or at The Source for $20.Hope this help…s someone. On my Nikon Coolpix L11, you put your sd card in, hit menu, then copy. It will then ask you if you want to copy from camera to sd, or reverse. Then it will ask you to choose one photo or select all. It works great, hope it works on your camera too. (MORE)
You have to get a usb adaptor that will allow you to plug your memory chip in. It looks like a little highlighter. Or you can get a digital camera that has wifi.
It will hold up to 1,164 8 mega pixel images. However, the settings on the camera can be changed so that the camera takes pictures of a different size. The same memory card can hold over 4,000 2 mega pixel images. Changing these settings will affect the quality and size of the pictures you take.
The same way you copy a picture file from your camera or memory stick is the same way you move it back.. With the camera or memory stick still connected to the computer, edit the picture and instead of selecting SAVE under File, select SAVE AS and browse to your memory stick and save it back. If yo…u want to keep the original, make sure you save tie file with a different name.. While, it is true that you can copy photos back to the memory stick, I have found that the camera may or may not display them if they have been edited. You will need to experiment. Srobidoux . (MORE)
\n. \nthere really is no specific card for either... they are designed to work on both. it is like a thumb drive that only fits in a SD slot.
Yes. That's the beauty of memory cards. Take photos with your camera and directly transfer them to your computer by plugging the memory card into the computer.
A camera with this pixel setting will have more room, but theimages may not be as crisp as ones with a bigger pixel count. Youcan fit approximately 200 pictures of this kind on a 2 GB memorycard.
No you can not, I tried it once, the computer said, 'Unable to accept', maybe try the card on a different format, by right clicking and go down to format calibrate, other than that, I don't see that you can.
Capacity 3.0 MP 5.0 MP 8.0 MP 10 MP 12 MP 16MB 10 9 5 2 2 32MB 25 17 10 5 4 128MB 150 120 80 55 32 256MB 300 240 160 110 71 512MB 600 480 320 225 121 1GB 1200 950 600 400 260 2GB 2400 1900 1200 800 500 4GB* 4000 3000 2000 1500 1000. Capacity 3.0 MP 5.0 MP 8.0 MP 10 MP 12 MP … 16MB 10 9 5 2 2 32MB 25 17 10 5 4 128MB 150 120 80 55 32 256MB 300 240 160 110 71 512MB 600 480 320 225 121 1GB 1200 950 600 400 260 2GB 2400 1900 1200 800 500 4GB* 4000 3000 2000 1500 1000 (MORE)
Memory Stick, A later version is the Memory Stick Pro and Memory Stick Pro Duo.
Of the flash memory devices in a digital camera which the latest technology and holds the most data?
Page 446 of the A+ Comp TIA Guide Scroll down the chart to the xD-Picture Card, I think this might be your answer.
there is info on this link provided by a company that makes cards.. probably about the same for cards of same sizes http://www.lexar.com/digfilm/capacity_chart.html
Try by removing the memory stick and then attaching the camera to computer with USB cable. Switch on camera. It should open up a dialogue box in Windows XP (or similar OS). Select 'open folder to view file' or open Windows Explorer and open camera folder (probably displayed as new drive E: or like t…hat in My Computer) . You may also check whether there is an option of selecting "camera as mass storage device" in settings menu of camera. If yes then select this before connecting.. If you have no means of attaching the camera to the computer, place an empty memory stick into the camera. In review mode, a message indicates there is no data, but there is in the internal memory. While still in review mode, press the menu button and go the the "Setup" section, the last option. Now, scroll down to the "Memory Stick Tool" section. From there, highlight the "Copy" choice at the bottom, and select the OK option to proceed. You will get a message: "All data in internal memory will be copied." Press OK, and it will copy everything in the internal memory to your memory stick. Then, when you have plugged the memory stick into your computer, you will find a new folder entitled Copy. All your photos from the internal memory of the camera will be in there. (MORE)
2GB card will hold ~585 pictures of 8 megapixels. 2 gigabyte (GB) = 2 billion bytes The size of the image depends on whether the image format iscompressed or not so a 8 megapixel image could range from ~2MB to~24MB per picture. Assume on average ~3.4 MB per image. Here's table showing number pictu…res of varying sizes: quality ....................space in 2GB ----------------------------------- 2mega pixel...........2275 pictures 3..............................1706 4..............................1024 5 ..............................816 6.............................. 640 8 ..............................585 (MORE)
Of the flash memory device used in digital cameras which uses the lastest technology and holds the most data?
The xD-Picture card is t he lastest and greatest flash card, it has a compact design and currently holds up to 8 GB of data.
This would depend if all the photos were shot at 6mp or shot at 3-2-1 mp. The sizes would range from 5mb files to 1 mb files .
No. The photos are saved to the memory card, so if you remove the card, there are no photos in the camera.
How do i copy pictures from my internal memory to my memory card on my Kodak easy share digital camera?
Put memory stick in camera. Go to review photo button. Once photo appears click menu. Scroll down to copy and click. It will ask this photo or all. Click on all and the transfer process begins.
connect your camera to PC through usb cable or memory card through memory card reader. then computer will automatically install drivers for it. you can see removable disk in my computer . double click it and you can do whatever you want to do.
That depends on the size of the image files, which in turn depends on the resolution settings. You can count on about 4,000 at the highest resolution, and thousands more on the lowest. However: your camera may not recognize a 16 GB card, and if it does your PC card reader may not. Check on those …two things. Finally, you would be much better served by two or three 2 GB cards. Cards do fail sometimes, and if your 16 dies you could lose a lot of images. Also, there is no likelihood that you will ever need that kind of capacity, whereas an extra card for someone else's camera, or to keep groups of shots separate...or in a safe place...could be very useful. Each of the 2 GB cards will give you about 350 shots at max. setings. (MORE)
some computers cant. it has to have a special slot to put the memory card into and the memory card has to be the right size to fit
It depends entirely on the camera setting for the pictures you're taking. You can set the camera to take hi-resolution pictures, in which case you can take fewer pictures, or lower resolutions, letting you take more pictures. Generally you want higher resolution as you can edit them and there's no c…ompression artifacts (squiggly lines/blurring). Check your camera's user manual, then look for the section that deals with file sizes. It'll tell you how to change the file size so you can get more or less from your card. (MORE)
If you mean REMOVE memory card. The memory card is usually under a flap which when opened reveals the memory card, push the card as if pushing it in and it will release the card. Some times the batteries are also housed in the same compartment.. If you mean erase (FORMAT) the card, this facility sh…ould be on one of the MENUs.. Hope this has been of some use to you.. Bugs (MORE)
OK so you stick your card into the computer and a box should pop up. you click input pictures and then another box pops up in the lower left hand corner of the screen and it will say import, click it. then it will say tag these pictures and you can tag them or exit, your choice. but then your done. …you go to my documents and the new folder should be there. (MORE)
You have to have the link cable from the camera to the computer, or have a card reader linked to the computer. Many computers now have a SD card reader built-in.
it depends on what kind of camera and how much memory 2gb 12.99-16.99, 4gb 16.99-22.99 and so on
it totally depends on the size of image you set your camera on.Largest of image size a 7.1 mp camera will be aprox 2-3mb.3x(4x1024)= your answer.
The Sony Cyber-shot DSCW290 uses a Memory Stick Pro Duo card to store pictures and movies plus audio.
you can download them soo easy by send them to the memory card but if you want them to work in the camera i think you shuld send only the pictures which has taken with the camera not other pictures cuz the are not gana work.
It would depend on what type of files the pictures are being saved in and how much compression is applied to the camera. RAW files are the biggest. A 4GB card can hold about 150~200 14MP pictures. JPEG files are smaller, and has a very wide range of compression levels. A 4GB card can hold about 70…0 pictures if its mildly compressed, or over 3000 pictures if it's heavily compressed (and/or resized). (MORE)
The memory card is what the digital files are stored on. If you have no memory card in your camera there is nowhere for the camera to store the files. It is like not putting a film in a film camera or trying to burn a CD with no CD inserted to the drive. No Some digital cameras have internal memor…y so you don't need a memory card. I figured this out 2 minutes before I saw this question. (MORE)
I moved my pictures from the computer to my memory stick but when i turn on my camera it says i have no images and all the pictures are in JPEG format so Why can't my camera recognize my pictures?
they may well be in jpeg format but there are other things saved in jpeg other than the pixels of the image, such as camera make, time of capture, aperture etc that can't be controlled manually, which are essential for the camera to recognise images as "it's own", and therefore display them in the p…layback. I've tried the same thing with my camera. (MORE)
USB flash drives, SSD drives, computer RAM,hybrid drives (small SSD + hard drive) and graphics cards. Sources: 5 years of working in a PC store.
I have an 8gig card in a 10 mp camera, and it held about 2200 pics, so probably somewhere around there. ~Scorpy~
well, pictures need to be stored SOMEWHERE on your camera, right? just like how our memories store information, memory cards store the pictures you take. a camera without a memory card is about as good as no camera at all.
you click set and keep scrolling right untill it says do you want to format your memory? then you click set again ( because that means ok and if not just click ok ) and there you have it your memory card was formated:)
Yes you can - there's a number of ways you can do it:- Use a USB cable to connect the camera directly to the notebook, or If the notebook has one, insert the memory card into the multimedia slot, or Use a USB adapter (which is how I do it) - insert the card into the adapter and insert the adapt…er into a spare USB port. Most versions of Windows will recognise the memory card or the camera as '...an external mass-storage device...' and you should be able to 'drag & drop' the pictures you need. (MORE)
Yes, but your computer may need a memory card to USB converter (56 ports for $12.99, add the tax for your state).
How do you transfer pictures from your camera to a memory stick without putting them on your computer?
if you are talking about usb stick it is practically impossible till now you can just do only one thing and that is u can transfer photos from your camera memory to memory card which is compatible with you camera.
It depends on the format that pictures are being saved and the quality in which you're saving them. . If you're using uncompressed RAW (24 bits per pixel) format, then it's about ~70. . If you're using a kind of compressed format then it depends on the format and the quality. For JPEG, at 100%… quality (loss-less compression) it's about ~710. (MORE)
Once you have put the card in, it should either; 1. Pop up on your screen 2. Or you can go to "Computer" and double click on the memory card.
1. Put the pictures on a computer. 2. Put your memory card in the computer (might need an adapter if your computer doesn't have a correct slot) 3. copy the pictures onto the memory card. 4.look at the pictures.
The specific method depends on the make and model of the camera. Have a look on the maker's website for information. Basically, go in to your camera settings, look for a camera symbol and an SD card symbol. You should be able to copy the photos from the camera memory to a memory card in system setti…ngs. (MORE)
The brands that use memory digital camera are Canon, Sony, Panasinic, Nikon, Fuji, Samsung, Medion etc. These digital camerar use built in memory and have option for extra memory card.
Digital cameras usually have external memory cards that can hold many picture files. There are different types of cards with different memory sizes ranging from 2 gb to 64 gb.