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 What kind of memory do digital cameras use?

Answer Often overlooked, yet essential and important, is a digital camera's memory. Digital cameras use a memory card for storage. The cards do have a capacity limit, are reusable and pictures can be eras... Read More »
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Do digital cameras come with memory cards?

Memory cards for digital cameras?

Higher resolution os, you can use that older card with your older digital and get yourself a new media card. I use SanDisc Extreme III in both my wife's (Fuji S5000) and my (Canon XTi) digital came... Read More »
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What kind of digital cameras are the best?

This is my personal choice... I have an earlier model the A510read on please:The best camera for under $200 is the Canon A550* 7.1 Megapixel*4X Optical Zoom* Very good photo quality, noise levels ... Read More »
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Why do memory cards for digital cameras have locks on them?

It's how sensitive the film is to the light. Which is measured in ISO. If you use a film camera. The film box should say what ISO it is. If you have a digital camera, you can adjust it in certain m... Read More »
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