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XD card What is the biggest card my FujiFinePix 3800 can handle?

I want to buy a bigger XD card for my 3800 FujiFinePix 3800 camera. What is the biggest xD card my software can handle?

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FinePix 3800 can handle any xD Picture Card size.
Unfortunately the largest ones are only 2 Gb
Here a chart of all available sizes, speeds
and approximate number of photos that can be taken on each.
Tested the xD 2Gb H & M+ on my own 3800 and both work great.

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SOURCE: It's not the camera - my Fuji xd memory card

Look for the FORMAT Disk routine.
Consult the owners manual to find out how to get there, would be the easiest way.

Posted on Nov 01, 2007

SOURCE: Fuji FinePix 3800 Initialization glitch

Turn camera from "off" to "play" ( photo view..._

Pressing the “MENU/OK” button as you would to erases files. There is an option to format the xD-Picture Card. Formatting erases protected files, but allows you to then take photos.

Posted on Dec 31, 2007

SOURCE: initializing of xD-Picture card

I just need to know how to initialize a picture card for my FinePix Fuji S9000 camera. I downloaded my pictures onto my computer and when I put the card in the camera a message says I need to initialize the card.  Of course, I can't find my instruction book that came with the camera.  Thank you.

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Formatted the card on windows via my computer. Format to FAT and did not select quick format option. Took about 5-10 seconds. Card is working fine now.

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SOURCE: initializing xd card

Put the camera into play or review mode then hit the ok/menu button on back and format the card. This will erase all of your photos so make sure you've backed them up or download them.

Posted on Oct 18, 2008

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