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Can a SDHC card be used with a CF card adapter in Nikon D70s?

Due to a 'promotion', I have several SanDisk ExtremeIII SDHC 4GB memory cards. My Nikon D70s will only use Compact Flash memory cards. I purchased a SD/SDHC CF Card Adapter. This Card Adapter, with SDHC card inserted inside, will fit in my Nikon. However, the camera flashes ''For'', which I assume means the card needs to be ''formatted''. I have strictly followed the Nikon manual instructions for formatting a memory card but to no avail. Apparently, the card in the adapter does not format and, therefore, the camera does not work with the use of this card in an adapter. Before I give up, am I missing a step or something? Does anyone know the solution? Many thanks for a reply!

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    camera displays this card cannot be used.

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You would have to get an SDHC to CF adapter which could be pricey and they are hard to come by.

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