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My camera only takes 2gb chip. is their a way to update software to be able to take bigger ones?

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Only when the camera is compatible with SDHC or SDXC it can work with larger memory cards.
See this page (scroll down half a page) to see how the compatibility works only one way. The newer devices can work with more different cards. The older devices with less or even only one type.

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Contact the manufacturer support and ask them but I doubt it .

Posted on Apr 01, 2015

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