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I want to instal a 4 or 8gb memory card on my Nikon 8800. Can the camera handle it. thanks john

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Hi,
4GB would be more then enough for this 8 mega pixel camera. I would recommend 2GB memory card because camera will take much time to read/ write on 4GB memory card.
please do not thing about 8GB for this model as its hardware will not support it and you will get card error message.
Thanks.

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