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Size of flash card allowed

I have a powershot SD600 and would like to put a 2 GB flash card in it. Is that okay or is there a max. size limit? Could I put a 4, 6 or 8 GB in it?

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According to the Canon website, your camera is not SDHC compatible, which means that 2 GB is the maximum size.

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