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Do U have USB 2.0 or 1.1 ...If 1.1 it must be slow..

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CAMERA SHOWS THIS CARD CANNOT RECORD IN VIDEO MODE. HOW DO I FIX IT?


I see two possibilities. Fortunately they have the same solution.
What type and speed memory card are you trying to use? Is the card compatible with the camcorder? Since you didn't specify the model of your camcorder I can't tell you what type of card you need to use, but if the camcorder is designed to use SD cards and you're trying to use an SDHC card then it won't work.
The second possibility is that your card isn't fast enough to record video. There's a lot of data involved in a video clip, and not all memory cards are fast enough to handle it. The situation is much worse with HD video. Again, without knowing the model of your camera I can't tell you how fast a memory card you need.

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Go tinto the camera's menu and format the SDHC memory card.
If this does not work then insert the SDHC memory card into an USB card reader and plug it into the USB port on your computer and it the computer detects it as an external storage device then format the SDHC memory card.
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No. According to the camera specifications, the DMC-FZ20 works with SD cards. While SDHC cards will fit into the slot, they will only work if the device has been designed to work with them.
You'll need to use SD cards, 2GB and smaller. You also don't need to worry about speed. Any SD card you can buy now will be fast enough to keep up with the camera.

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My nikon D40 will take take take pics then all of a sudden it wont take and I have to stop turn it off then turn it back on and it will take.... It's like I am taking too many pictures is that possible? I...


The guy at wolfe is sort of correct, but missed just enough of the truth to convince you to buy a high performance memory card.

There are several speeds of SD and CF cards as well as for the devices (your camera) that read & write those cards. If your camera was built for the original (slowest) speed, then it doesn't matter how fast the card is, the camera can only provide the data to the card at the slow rate. The D40 came out c.a. 2006 and supports SDHC. If your old card was simply SD, then upgrading to SDHC should help.

HOWEVER, the camera is still capable of taking pictures faster than it can write to the card. It buffers the image data in RAM, but when that buffer is full, it stops taking pictures.

You shouldn't need to turn the camera off & on...just wait a few seconds and you should be able to shoot again. You don't have to buy a new camera, just be aware of its limitations.

If shooting in jpeg and using an sdhc card, the camera specifications indicate the number of shots before filling the buffer is unlimited. BUT if shooting in RAW mode, the number is 9. Try shooting in jpeg unless you really need the abilty to tweak the RAW images. Chances are, if you're shooting fast, jpeg images should work for you.

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D3100. USB cable will only transfer about half the quantiy of files to the PC and ignores any video files. Whereas when I transfer files through the SD card slot (not using the cable) all is well. Why?


My first impression is the transfer rate of the card through the camera firmware is not fast enough. You said SD card an SD card is a much slower rate then an SDHC which is much better for video. I use SD memory cards for still photography SDHC for any video. You can use SDHC for stills as well but it just my way of keeping things separated. Another thing is you should (must) format the memory cards each time you download, install them in another camera or a new SD SDHC card is installed . As a rule of thumb format the card in the camera it's going to be used in.

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Iwant to purchase a 8gb sd card for my jazz dvz100 camera. What is the specific part number or recomended brand to buy? Thanks Jerry


There are no 8GB SD cards. Any card that size is an SDHC (High Capacity) card. SD and SDHC cards fit the same slots, but many cameras won't work with the SDHC cards. SDHC is not backwards compatible.

Any brand of SDHC card will be OK, if your camera can use SDHC at all. The difference between these cards is not the make so much as the class. The cheaper ones are class 2 (not very fast) while you pay more for class 6 (fast) or 8 (faster). The class should be specified, otherwise it's a slow one.

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Newer cameras may have SDHC cards - these have a high capacity. Older computers can't read the newer SDHC cards - they can only read the old SD Cards. The SD card and SDHC cards look exactly the same. The SDHC card will probably say "SDHC" on it somewhere. Fortunately you can buy a USB SDHC card reader for a computer for around £2 on amazon. I would buy one of those. You could search the internet for "usb sdhc card reader".

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It depends on whether your laptop supports SDHC, microSDHC, or neither.

1. Supports MicroSDHC: check on the manual the position of the MicroSDHC slot.

2. Only supports SDHC: you need to purchase an adapter - essentially a full-size SDHC with a slot where the MicroSDHC goes. Plug the micro card in the adapter, plug the adapter+card into the SDHC slot.

3. Neither: you need to purchase both a micro-to-SDHC adapter and a SDHC-to-USB reader (usually SDHC in supported in most "XYZ-in-1 readers", like Quanta 32-in-1 USB reader - check out "SDHC USB reader" in eBay, for example).

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Some pc's have card reader slots which allow you to simply take the card out of one device and insert it into the card reader slot on the pc.
After this is done, the memory card becomes accessible.

My cell phone has a Micro SDHC card slot but my pc does not. In order to access the M-SDHC card from my pc I have to insert the card into the USB adapter that was provided with the Micro-SDHC card when I purchased it.

After the card has been inserted into the USB adapter, I then plug the USB adapter into an open USB slot on my pc which gives me access to the files on the Micro-SDHC card.

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