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Buying a new memory card

The store told me that they think that a 2 GB memory stick is the largest that this camera will hold. Is this true? I am truly illiterate when it comes to this camera. I've had it for about 2 years and have only used it twice. I want to be able to take and share videos on my computer and I didn't think the digital memory that came with the camera was very big. So, I'm going to buy a new card. I would like to get the biggest that the camera can use. Could you please inform me?

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  • jd1361 Apr 19, 2008

    we bought a 2gb sandisk memory card and does not work it reads

    memory error any ideas?

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I am currently having the same problem. The largest stick you can use is 512M. You need to get the Sony Memory Stick adapter with it, it will cost about $15 for it

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