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You call it a SD high capacity memory card, but does it say SDHC on the card, or SDXC. our camera only can use Multi Media cards, SD and SCHC cards (max 32 GByte). So no go for SDXC cards. Still a few things could be wrong if you have a SDHC card. The lock switch on the card could be in the wrong position and the card could have a wrong format. If you did format it in a PC, you should have formatted to FAT 32.
But the best format is the format in the camera. Before you do so, be sure there are no import ants files or pictures on the memory card, because they will be lost.

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hello sir.,


ur camera can operate normally til 8gb of memory.

make sure u use sd memory

thank u

Posted on Jul 08, 2008

SOURCE: What is the upper limit of SD card as GB without any freezing or slowrunning problem in Kodak easy share V1003?

I have a 2 GB SD card that i use on mine, and i dont seem to have any problems with the camera being slow. I hope this helps and good luck!

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Yes is should work you can used atmost 2GB SD card, but do not use more than 2GB SD card

Posted on Nov 19, 2009

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Your card is an SDHC, your camera supports only SD/MMC cards. I know this because i found thisp ostlooking for a way to make it accept SDHC cards, a software update could easily work in theory but someone would have to write that update. Technology changes fast doesnt it.

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