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Shinco digital camcorder dvc-818

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I just bought a shinco digital camcorder dvc-818. All is working fine, except I inserted my 4gb SD card into the memory slot and I tried going to menu and selecting my SD card, but it wont stick to this and it keeps changing back to internal. same problem with a s1000

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    jordan Mar 05, 2014

    hi was just wondering if you found a way to make the sd card work

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Hi my one is that Shinco digital camcorder s1000b .I still havn't known how to input e-book function.I'd tried copying (in put) from computer pdf as wella s adobe redaer 9 files but noting had happing .So what can I do for this e-book function ? Please tell me quickly.
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