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How many pictures can this digital photo frame hold?

asked on May 1, 2013

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It will depend on the file size of your picture. I have a very old Fujifilm FinePix s5200 which takes 5mp pictures. My file size is usually about 1.25MB. So I can technically fit around 500 images, but most newer, and we're talking anything after 2005 which is about when I purchased the camera takes anywhere from 14 to… see more It will depend on the file size of your picture. I have a very old Fujifilm FinePix s5200 which takes 5mp pictures. My file size is usually about 1.25MB. So I can technically fit around 500 images, but most newer, and we're talking anything after 2005 which is about when I purchased the camera takes anywhere from 14 to 25mp pictures. It will then depend upon your compression rate as to how big your file will be. If you look at the file size of your pictures that you have downloaded to your computer then take that number and divided it by 512MB you can get a rough estimate of how many pictures you can fit on the frame. It is worth noting that this frame allows you to use a memory card, which is what I did. I purchased the frame (incidentally I was shipped two 2GB frames even though I purchased two 512MB) and purchased two 4GB memory cards dirt cheap ($4 - $8). I put all the pictures on the cards and set the frame up to pull from the card. So really you could get a big memory card and put as many pictures on that as the card will allow and use that in the picture frame. Hope this has helped! see less It will depend on the file size of your picture. I have a very old Fujifilm FinePix s5200 which takes 5mp pictures. My file size is usually about 1.25MB. So I can technically fit around 500 images, but most newer, and we're talking anything after 2005 which is about when I purchased the camera takes anywhere from 14 to 25mp pictures. It will then depend upon your compression rate as to how big your file will be. If you look at the file size of your pictures that you have downloaded to your computer then take that number and divided it by 512MB you can get a rough estimate of how many pictures you can fit on the frame. It is worth noting that this frame allows you to use a memory card, which is what I did. I purchased the frame (incidentally I was shipped two 2GB frames even though I purchased two 512MB) and purchased two 4GB memory cards dirt cheap ($4 - $8). I put all the pictures on the cards and set the frame up to pull from the card. So really you could get a big memory card and put as many pictures on that as the card will allow and use that in the picture frame. Hope this has helped!
Jenifer S. answered on May 1, 2013
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