NUMBER OF IMAGES STORED ON A DIGITAL CARD

The number of pictures you can take varies depending on your camera model and complexity of the scene being photographed. To calculate how many pictures your card can hold, divide the capacity of your card by the average file size of your images. For example, if you have a 256MB card, and use a camera that has an average file size of 1.2MB, then 256 divided by 1.2 gives you approximately 213 pictures. As you change modes on your camera, the number of images will increase if you shoot in a lower resolution mode, and decrease if you shoot in a higher resolution mode.

APPROXIMATE NUMBER OF IMAGES PER CAPACITY OF CARD
MB = megabytes GB= gigabytes
* Average file size using cameras highest resolution JPEG mode. The actual number of images per card will vary and depends on the camera model and compatibility of the scene being photographed.

Source: Kodak C433 4.0 Megapixel 3x Optical Zoom 5x Digital Zoom 1.8″ LCD Digital Camera 8849366 at TigerDirect.com:

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