General Performance, Recording Conditions, Memory Card

Q3 How many images can the camera record?
A3
The following shows the number of images that can be recorded to built-in memory and a memory card. Note that these values are approximate, and differ according to the file size of each individual image.
Snapshots : JPEG (Exif Ver.2.2)
File Size (pixels) Quality Approximate Image File Size Built-in memory 8.3MB SD Memory Card 256MB
3072 x 2304 Fine 4.32MB 1 shots 55 shots
Normal 2.4MB 3 shots 97 shots
Economy 1.44MB 5 shots 158 shots
3072 x 2048
(3:2)
Fine 3.84MB 2 shots 61 shots
Normal 2.1MB 3 shots 110 shots
Economy 1.28MB 6 shots 176 shots
2560 x 1920 Fine 3.0MB 2 shots 78 shots
Normal 2.0MB 3 shots 116 shots
Economy 1.0MB 7 shots 221 shots
2048 x 1536 Fine 1.92MB 4 shots 121 shots
Normal 1.28MB 6 shots 180 shots
Economy 640KB 11 shots 348 shots
1600 x 1200
(UXGA)
Fine 1.17MB 6 shots 196 shots
Normal 780KB 9 shots 286 shots
Economy 390KB 18 shots 530 shots
640 x 480
(VGA)
Fine 360KB 21 shots 625 shots
Normal 240KB 32 shots 938 shots
Economy 120KB 59 shots 1742 shots
Movies : AVI(Motion JPEG)
Image Size (Pixels) Approximate Data Rate (Frame Rate) Approximate Recording Time for Builtin Memory 8.3MB Approximate Recording Time for SD Memory Card 256MB
HQ
640480
10.2 megabits per second (30  frames / second) 6 seconds 3 minutes and 16 seconds
Normal
512384
6.1 megabits per second (30  frames / second) 11 seconds 5 minutes and 27 seconds
LP
320240
2.45 megabits per second (15  frames / second) 27 seconds 13 minutes and 34 seconds
* Based on Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd. products. Actual capacity depends on the type of memory card you are using.
* To determine the number of images that can be stored on a memory card of a different capacity, multiply the capacities in the table by the appropriate value.



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