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How much memory do I need?
The memory card that typically comes with a digital camera will only hold a small number of photos.

So you'll need to buy extra memory, to make the most of your camera.

If you have an old 3 megapixel camera, a 128mb card will store around 100 images at full resolution. Entry level cameras are now at 7 megapixels, and a 128mb card would give you 37 photos. Memory cards have greatly reduced in price and most amateur photographers are buying 1 or 2gb cards.
If you want to avoid running out of memory and having to constantly download, get as much memory as you can afford.

If you are going on holidays buy a couple of larger memory card or consider getting portable storage to download your photos, such as the Epson multimedia storage units.

Approximate number of photos per card using high resolution jpeg mode:

Megapixel
camera
File size

16mb card

32mb card

64mb card

128mb card

256mb card

512mb card

1gb card

2gb card

4gb card

8gb card

3

1.2mb

13

27

53

107

213

427

853

1707

3413

6827

4

2mb

8

16

32

64

128

256

512

1024

2048

4096

5

2.5mb

6

13

26

51

102

205

410

819

1638

3277

6

3mb

5

11

21

43

85

171

341

683

1365

2731

7

3.5mb

5

9

18

37

73

146

293

585

1170

2341

8

4mb

4

8

16

32

64

128

256

512

1024

2048

9

4.5mb

4

7

14

28

57

114

228

455

910

1820

10

5mb

3

6

13

26

51

102

205

410

819

1638

*Average file size  using highest resolution JPEG mode.

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