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My kodak m1063 ask for a sd4g, the one i bought was too small in

The slot was too big for sd card

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You probably bought a micro SD card or Mini SD card. A standard SD card fits "Like a Glove"

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This camera takes a differnt memory card then the common SD CARD! Wal-mart will have the right card for you or most other stores that sell cameras!That should eix ya right up!
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