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Would a 4gb, 12gb, and 16gb work in this camera model

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2) In some parts of the world video cameras are taxed at a higher rate than still cameras. By limiting the length of a video clip, it's possible to avoid having a camera classified as a video camera.

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You haven't said which Aiptek camera you have, but a 16GB card will be an SDHC model and not all devices are SDHC compliant. SDHC stands for Secure Digital High Capacity and is an evolution of the original SD standard to allow greater than 4GB capacity.

If this is the case with your camera then it's a basic hardware issue and cannot be fixed by updating the firmware.

However, I have found that most "standard" SD devices (includes non-HD mini and micro SD variants) cannot handle the maximum 4GB either but work fine with 2GB maximum: this problem CAN be fixed if the manufacturer has issued a suitable firmware update.

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Problem with memory card


Hi,
your camera can only read so many partitions
( File Allocation Tables )
( partitions are sections of the total volume )
Like slices of a cake.
which equals 4 GB, total.

so it will never be able to read more than this.

Like FAT32 on a Pc, will read 32GB
but you could have a 100GB hard drive in the machine, still reads 32GB only, so even on a PC 68GB would be wasted.

The file format on the camera can not change,

So you are stuck with 4GB max reading.

Hope this halps
Regards
Richard.

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