I think you're going to run out of trees pretty soon. :lol: My son wants 2 more cameras for S Ohio don't know anything about them. I'm pretty sure he wants me to buy them.:crybaby:
hahahaha. not likely to run out of trees, remember the second most forested state in the country and open land law meaning its ALL, the whole state, is public, excepted the posted stuff. the bushnell was 147 at wally worldI think you're going to run out of trees pretty soon. :lol: My son wants 2 more cameras for S Ohio don't know anything about them. I'm pretty sure he wants me to buy them.:crybaby:
naw the 3 or 5meg i believe. not sure of the video time. i've got one and it seems to be pretty good camera. i don't do video much. i set my cameras for 1 pic with as little time in between as possible. i think its 5 seconds with the bushnell and 1 second with the covert II. not that i ever come close to running out of space. although in video and a week out there i can fill a 2 gig card.8 megapixel still 90 sec max video?
could be. i guess it takes up a lot of memory. you daughter should be able to tell you what is left. i've got thousands of pics that i should probably get rid of some of them.I think all theses videos I have on my computer is killing it.It really runs crappy since I've been down loading them from my camera.My daughter tells me that's why the computer is running so badly anyway.
my pics and my music are stored on some box that has like a triggy diggy bites of memory, a whole lot anyway.Take this information from a computer "geek" - put your photos on an external drive.
When computers reach about 90% of their onboarad "available" memory/storage capacity, they slow to a crawl. Hard drives nowadays are relatively cheap and can be found in many different shapes and sizes. I have a 160 gigabit drive that I bought a few years back. Cost me about $125 back then -- and what you can get 500 gigabit or more today.
Most pictures today run 300 - 400 kilobits to a couple of megabits, depending on the camera's capacity. A gigabit is 1000 megabits (for those non-techies) and these newer drives hold 500 gigabits or more.
Now that's a lot of pictures.