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Will a SDHC 4G card work inthe c875 camera ?

Would like to use a larger capacity SD card in camera..purchaased a 4GB SDHC card and it will not work. Indicates it needs to be formatted. What do I do ?

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    CAN MANUALLY HOLD SDHC CARD IN, BUT AS SOON AS THE PRESSURE IS RELEAST THE SCREEN INDICATES NO CARD

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I don't know if you got my last post (pc playing up,im not going to tell you its the user :))


the answer is no you can only use upto a 2 gig card on this camera

(did a search on the kodak website then phoned them up for you and that's their answere)

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