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My camera is working perfectly, but I need more memory storage cause I can use just 512MB xd card, I would like to know if there is the possibility to use xd cards bigger than the 512MB. Or where I can find cards, cause they are out of commerce. Thanks

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  • montetrappa Dec 20, 2009

    My olympus c 750 can not read xd cards bigger than 512MB..
    If you know where or how I could upgrade the camera. May be than I can use xd cards bigger than the 512.. but not at the moment. Thanks anyway.

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You will find lot bigger cards in camera shops everywhere no probs

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