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1GB SD cards are almost impossible to find these days. Some drugstores and supermarkets may carry them, but most department, electronics, and office-supply stores don't carry them. You should be able to buy 2GB SD cards at those places. Unless you specifically need a 1GB card, a 2GB card will work just as well. If you're willing go buy online (and pay for the shipping), you can still find some. Here's one example.
Your camera can use an SD memory card up to a maximum capacity of 1GB. It is completely incompatible with later SDHC cards, but will accept the earlier MMC (MultiMedia) card which preceded SD.
1GB SD cards are now getting hard to find in shops, but you can still buy them online quite easily. Stick to major brands, and bear in mind that if the card you choose claims to have any speed advantages over a basic model then your camera is unable to take advantage of those benefits.
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The E317 uses MMC and SD cards, from SanDisk or any other maker. The manual recommends SD cards, as they are faster than MMC cards. The manual also states that only cards up to 1GB in size are supported.
It can capture still images to SD or MM card. SD or MMC removable memory
card. Depending on the compression and the selected resolution, the
camcorder can record 220-880 JPEG images on a 32MB memory card or
45-190 on 8MB of memory.