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Capacity of the memory card

What capacity of the memory card can I use in my camera?

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Re: Capacity of the memory card

The models listed below are able to accept the memory cards up to 64MB without any problems (bigger sizes may work but are not verified at this time). If your camera is not on the list please contact JVC at 800 252 5722 2003 models GR-D70US GR-D90US GR-D91US GR-D200US GR-DX300US GR-DX75US GR-DX95US GR-DV500US GR-DV800US 2002 models GR-DVL520U GR-DVL522U GR-DVL720U GR-DVL725U GR-DVL820U GR-DVL822U GR-DVL920U GR-DVM76U GR-DVM96U 2001 models GR-DVL510U GR-DVL512U GR-DVL815U GR-DVL817U GR-DVL915U GR-DVM75U GR-DVP3U GR-DV2000U

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  • 2 Double-click "Macintosh HD" on your desktop.
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