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Re: SD max size
I don't have any first-hand information, but you'll probably be ok as long as you stay under capacities of 2GB. The original SD specification only allowed cards up to 2GB to be compliant with the standard, so I think that pretty much every camera that has an SD slot can handle 2GB capacities.
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Sorry, no. SD cards max out at 2GB. Larger SDHC cards are electronically incompatible and will only work in devices specifically designed to accept them. It's a hardware incompatibility and no amount of firmware changes will make a SD device accept SDHC cards.
The Z5 can display photos that it took. However, it cannot display edited photos. Due to the way the JPEG standard is defined, a rotation of the picture constitutes editing. If you rotate it four times, or once and then undo, it still constitutes editing. If you open a picture and then save it without doing anything else, it still counts as editing. Thus, if you want to put pictures back onto the card, you'll have to use the original pictures. The proper workflow is to download the pictures to your computer. Then, if you're going to do any work on any of these pictures, do it on copies. This way, if you totally mess up an edit, you'll still have the original.
The Z6 works with MMC and SD cards. Your 8GB card is actually an SDHC card. While SDHC cards will fit into SD slots, they are electronically incompatible and will not work. You need to use MMC or SD cards, 2GB and smaller.
This camera has been discontinued, and is no longer sold as new. There are still vendors that sell accessories for this camera including batteries and SD memory cards. A google search of "dimage g400 memory" reveals a number of retailers that sell SD cards of varying sizes up to 2 GB specifically for this camera.
Going beyond 2 GB however, will probably give mixed results, as most cards 4 GB (the next size up from 2 GB) are SDHC type cards. An SDHC card looks identical to the SD counterpart, but is manufactured to a different specification. The SDHC specification was developed after you camera was made, so use of cards bearing the SDHC mark is not supported.
Image Size: 2560x1920/2048x1536/1600x1200/640x480
Economy : 18 / 26 / 37 / 142
Standard : 9 / 15 / 22 / 101
Fine : 4 / 7 / 12 / 67
640x480 Fine: 30 fps: 9 sec. / 15fps: 18 sec.
640x480 Std.: 30 fps: 14 sec. / 15 fps: 28 sec.
320x240 Std.: 30 fps: 29 sec. / 15 fps: 57 sec.
*The writing speed of the memory card may prematurely end the recording of a movie clip.