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nonvolatile storage that can be electrically erased and programmed anew

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We plugged in our camera card to watch a slide show, but it was better on our computer.
The dDP-411 accepts a variety of digital camera cards and media, and it can easily be networked to PC workstations, he says.
Program: Evergreen Film Service on Adobe Photoshop, and Coast Two Data on camera cards.
The card slot accepts a variety of expansion modules, including camera cards and wireless modems.
Eclipse fever was strong in the Pump Rooms Gardens, where about 400 people were armed with special glasses or pinhole camera cards.
Storage manufacturers currently use non-volatile flash memory for portable USB drives, camera cards, SSDs, Apple iPhones and iPads.
I then gobble lunch and check my camera cards, sitting behind a computer to view the images and determine my best prospects for evening vigils.
The printers accept a wide variety of digital camera cards and media, and they are designed for easy networking to PC workstations and Noritsu CT-2 consumer terminals.
The wireless phone project comes on the heels of the retailer's recent launch of "Pictures from Your Digital Camera," a service that lets customers use Kodak Picture Maker kiosks to produce photo-quality prints from digital media, including camera cards, CDs and discs.
JoeSOFT is excited to now have Klix available in the App Store, making it easy for Mac users to recover their accidentally deleted pictures from their camera cards," says Greg Brewer, CEO of JoeSOFT.
CVS recently launched "Pictures from your Digital Camera" from Kodak Picture Maker kiosks, enabling customers to produce photo-quality prints from digital media, including camera cards, CDs and discs.
In addition, about 800 of Rite Aid's 3,631 outlets now have Kodak's Picture Maker kiosks, which offer self-service processing of enlargements, reprints, minor print restorations as well as digital printing of images, either from picture CDs or digital camera cards.