Wednesday, 11 September 2013

How manage-with-existing-camera-memory-card?

Imagine you are on a trekking trip and your camera has a memory card with limited memory left in it. Then what? You must want to capture tons ozf images yet. Well, here is the solution. 


For this, go to camera settings and change the image format from RAW to JPEG. This will help you to save lot of memory as well as take images in a compressed format without losing any information. RAW is undoubtedly better but if you have no other option then go for JPEG.
All the photos of RAW format will consume almost 30MB space. As compare to this, JPEG high quality image will consume 10 to 12 MB. In case, you don’t care much about image quality and want to upload photos on social media then go ahead with JPEG quality images. You can use inbuilt camera software to convert RAW to JPEG format and delete the RAW format photos. Also, delete duplicate images. After that, check already captured images, delete the unwanted blurred images as well as over or under exposed images.
So, perform this task and capture images uninterruptedly. For more from the XpertCrewTM team, please follow us on Twitter @Techvedic or contact Techvedic’s computer support helpdesk, as per below contact-details:
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