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Will a Kingston 4 GB HC card work in this camera?

On the card package it states that this card is not compatable with all
devices & i dont wont to damage the camera.
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Yes, the 4Gb SDHC will work.
I use those at 3 different D40 myself.

/Stefan, Sweden

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I just put a Scan Disk 4GB HC card in my D40 last night. The card said it would only work in devices made for HC. It seems to work fine.

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