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 Why do photos made on a copier not hold their Ink?

Answer PHOTOS produced by a professional photo processing laboratory or a photo shop are made by using special photographic processes, photographic chemicals and special light-sensitive photographic paper... Read More »
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How many photos dose a 128 MB memory card hold on a 10.1 mega pixels camara hold?

Physical damage Electrical damage (including removal from camera (reader) while reading, shutting down host hardware while reading, static electric discharge)Magnetic damageInsertion in a reader co... Read More »
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How many photos does a 128MB memory stick hold on a 5.1 mega pixels campra hold?

Answer from Dtracer A 128mb memory car would hold about 70 4mp photos. But it depends how many mp (mega pixels) you camera has. Hope this helps youdtracer (i would be grateful for any points given)
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When was the first copier made?

Although the modern-day xerographic process of copying documents did not come to fruition until the late 1930s, there have been crude forms of copier machines in use since the mid-17th century. The... Read More »
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Who made the first plain paper copier?

The first plain paper copier was made by Xerox in 1959. Inventor Chester Carlson was the creator of the Xerox 914 plain paper copier, which could make up to 100,000 copies per month.Source:National... Read More »
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