Question about Cameras
Attached is a list of approved memory cards for your camera:
Posted on Jan 19, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: just bought a 16 gb
Try formatting the card.
As I am not familiar with the Panasonic cameras, nor did you say what card type you were using, I cannot give specifics on what to format it to (if using a computer) or how to do it through the camera, which may have an error and not recognize the card due to a lack of proper formatting, and thus may not allow you to access the card at all, even to format, or if your camera is able to format the card at all.
Specifying what brand and model of card you are using would help.
Posted on Dec 16, 2008
No, because the camera is too old to be compatiable with teh SDHC its only compatiable with SD not SDHC.
Posted on Mar 02, 2009
The 5900 uses SD cards. The 4GB card you have is actually an SDHC card and will not work in the 5900. You'll have to stay with cards 2GB and smaller.
Posted on May 19, 2010
SOURCE: What is the largest size
The DMC-FZ7 is designed to work with SD cards up to a maximum 2GB capacity (4GB in theory, but very few devices work reliably with the 4GB SD as they simply didn't exist at the time so could not be compatibility tested with most SD devices). You have tried an 8GB SDHC card which the camera is incompatible with.
The SDHC card is the same size and shape as SD but is significantly different "under the hood". SDHC compliant devices can use earlier SD cards, but devices which are not designed to use SDHC cards cannot be updated: the incompatibility lies at the basic hardware level so there is no firmware update to overcome this.
So your guess is correct, but I hope that my reply helps you to understand why. Your fix is therefore to stick with SD cards of a maximum 2GB capacity. As SDHC cards start at a minimum 4GB capacity, you have no risk of buying the wrong model.
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Posted on Sep 24, 2010
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