How long can a 32 gb memory card record?
Roughly, about 2 hours of straight video.. I have read a few articles about the performance of SD Cards, and would like a more definitive answer. I am looking at buying an in…signia camcorder that records directly to an SD card. Is there a ""Specific" type of SD card that I need to be looking at? And can a 2GB SD Card really hold 2 hours of Video?. Thank You. Allyn Drew
I just ChaCha'd the question. They told me that if you have a 64mb of internal memory, Then you can record about 10 minutes. So if we take 64 and multiply it by two then we ge…t 128. So 10 minutes multiply by two equals about 20 minutes .
roughly about 10 minutes on a regular camera
well its depends upon photo size. well you can store upto 1500 photos.. it still depends upon your photos size.. thanks Asad
32 megabit = 0.032 Gigabit
\n. \nThe answer to your question will depend on the type of camera, how you are storing the files and how complex the images are. \n. \nIn general, you should be able to ge…t about 200-225 pictures on a 1GB memory card, assuming that you are saving the files in JPEG format. Saving in RAW format will reduce the number of pictures. Since JPEG is a compressed file format, the files will vary in size based on how complex the pictures are. So the total number of pictures that you can get on a card will vary based on how well the JPEG compression algorithm is able to compress your photos.
Terabyte is 1024 gigabytes
Yes. More gigabytes is more memory.
Some video cameras have a file size limit of 4GB. The answer will also depend on what type of video you are recording. Standard video (TV resolution) will require much less …memory. The various HD video formats will require much more. Another wikianswer indicates that a 2GB card can hold two hours of video. But it gives no indication of the video format. Casio claims 9 minutes 11 seconds per GB for their Exilim Pro Ex F1. So an 8GB card could hold 73 minutes 28 seconds of HD video. But it would need to be split into two or more files.
At 2mp's for 1gb, your memory card can hold at least 1,500 pictures. I had a 4mp camera with a 512 and that card holds over 700 photos. . P.S. Why don't you start looking for… another camera. the costs have come way down and an affordable camera costs about 175-300. If you would like a point-and-shoot camera, go with Canon. If you would like a lightweight ultra-telophoto zoom go with Kodak or Panasonic. If you would like a D-SLR go with Canon. There is a whole lot of stuff on the market, but you should probably upgrade from a 2 mega pixel camera to at least a 7 mega pixel camera and the results are incomparable and absolutely amazing. I shoot with 12.2 mega pixel and a 23.5 mega pixel, both make you feel like you are actually in the picture.
It depends. If you take a lot of HD video and do a lot of video editing, then it isn't that much space. If you are an avid worker in Microsoft Office, it is a lot of space.
About 8000 pictures depending on the quality of pictures. Higher quality = bigger file, less pictures. Lower quality = smaller file, more pictures.
Windows XP: . FOR WINDOWS XP . 2.0 GHz P4 processor or equivalent . 512 MB RAM . A 128 MB Video Card, with support for Pixel Shader 2.0 . At least 4 GB of hard drive… space, with at least 1 GB additional space for creations. . FOR WINDOWS VISTA . 2.0 GHz P4 processor or equivalent . 768 MB RAM . A 128 MB Video Card, with support for Pixel Shader 2.0 . At least 4 GB of hard drive space, with at least 1 GB additional space for creations.
I believe 8gb but there may be more in testing.