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FE-320

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How many images can my camera hold?

The chart below shows the approximate number of images at each available Image Quality mode that the FE-320 can store in its internal memory and on a variety of optional xD-Picture Card™ media. The camera can store images and movies in any combination of quality modes. All figures are approximate.

Image quality Compression Number of storable images1
Internal
Memory
48 MB
xD-Picture Card media
16MB 32MB 64MB 128MB 256MB 512MB 1GB 2GB
8M 3,264 x 2,448 Fine 12 3 7 15 31 62 125 250 499
Normal 23 7 14 29 60 120 240 480 954
5M 2,560 x 1,920 Fine 19 6 12 25 50 100 200 402 799
Normal 36 11 23 47 95 190 380 761 1,523
3M 2,048 x 1,536 Fine 31 10 20 40 80 161 322 646 1,279
Normal 60 19 39 78 156 313 626 1,254 2,460
2M 1,600 x 1,200 Fine 50 16 32 65 130 261 523 1,048 2,063
Normal 95 31 62 124 249 499 998 1,998 3,998
1M 1,280 x 960 Fine 73 23 47 94 190 380 760 1,522 3,046
Normal 134 43 86 173 347 694 1,389 2,781 5,330
VGA 640 x 480 Fine 256 82 165 332 665 1,331 2,662 5,330 10,661
Normal 440 141 284 569 1,140 2,283 4,564 9,137 15,992
16:9 1,920 x 1,080 Fine 46 15 30 60 120 242 484 969 1,938
Normal 90 29 58 117 234 470 939 1,881 3,763

1Capacity will be slightly less than shown if sound is recorded with still images. All figures are approximate.

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How much movie recording time does my camera have?

The amount of movie recording time depends on the quality mode used to shoot the movies and the length of each shot.

The two settings that comprise a quality mode are image size (that is, the resolution of each frame in the movie) and frame rate (the number of frames that are stored per second of recording time). The VGA/30 fps quality mode uses the largest image size and fastest frame rate, so it produces the highest-quality movie files; however, the files will be larger than recordings of equal duration that are shot using other quality modes.  Therefore, VGA/30 fps will exhaust storage capacity more quickly.

In movie mode, the FE-320 can, in most cases, record continuously for 29 minutes or until the capacity of the storage medium is exhausted, whichever occurs first. When using Standard or Type M xD-Picture Card™ media or the camera's internal memory, the maximum recording time per movie in the VGA/30 fps quality mode is 10 seconds.

The chart below shows the maximum continuous movie recording time available in each quality mode when using either the camera's internal memory or Type M+ or Type H xD-Picture Card media. The chart assumes that the memory medium has been freshly formatted.

Image Size Frame Rate
(frames per second)
Recording Time Per Movie (h:mm:ss) with Sound1
Internal Memory
48 MB
xD-Picture Card™ (Type M+ and Type H)
16MB 32MB 64MB 128MB 256MB 512MB 1GB 2GB
VGA 640 x 480 30 0:00:272 0:00:08 0:00:172 0:00:352 0:01:102 0:02:212 0:04:422 0:09:252 0:18:502
15 0:00:54 0:00:17 0:00:34 0:01:10 0:02:20 0:04:40 0:09:21 0:18:44 0:29:003
QVGA 320 x 240 30 0:01:13 0:00:23 0:00:47 0:01:35 0:03:10 0:06:21 0:12:42 0:25:26 0:29:003
15 0:02:24 0:00:46 0:01:33 0:03:07 0:06:15 0:12:31 0:25:02 0:29:003 0:29:003

1 Recording times are approximate and are calculated based on storage capacity; they are not a guarantee of battery life.
2 The maximum length per movie when shooting at VGA/30fps using Standard or Type M xD-Picture Card media or the camera's internal memory is 10 seconds.
3 Using any size/type xD-Picture Card media, the maximum length per movie is 29 minutes.

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