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I llive in Santa Fe New Mexico. Where can I get a

I llive in Santa Fe New Mexico. Where can I get a SD-HC memory 8gb card for my Jazz camcorder?

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You should be able to buy one at just about any office supply store (Office Depot, Office Max, Staples) or department store (Best Buy, Target, Wal-Mart), or electronics store (Radio Shack). Best price depends on the phase of the moon, relative humidity, and other conditions.

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I bought an sd micro chip for my jazz dv151 camcorder, but everytime i put the chp in it reads memory full. The chips work in anything else but wont work in the camcorder. How do I fix this?


Whats the size of your SD Micro chip? Is it 4GB or larger?

You probably bought a SD-HC chip (wich includes 4GB and larger chips). Any SD card that is bigger than 2GB is in this HC-format and will only work if the device supports it.

As you can see here in the description, your device does infact only support SD cards up to 2GB. http://www.amazon.com/Jazz-DV151-Digital-Video-Camera/dp/B001F7MXJS

I guess you will need to use smaller ones in order to make them work with your camcorder.

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I have a Jazz HDV180 digital camcorder and it takes a 8GB memory card. I put a 8GB HP memory card in and it says no card. I have formatted the memory card.


Try checking your manuel for specifically named memory card, sometimes certain cameras can only take certain memory card formats.
Hope this helps.
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When i try to format the SDHC 8GB memory card the recording screen display's (Waiting....) for about 1 to 2 second's, then goe's to the normal recording screen and when i push the record button it...


Hi, look here's what to do, get yourself, or access to, A Computer, and a USB SD card reader, now, insert your 8GB SD card into the reader/writer, It will show up as a HDD in My Computer, and then, Format it FAT32. Now return it to the Camcorder, when turned on again, the Camera NOW should "See" the SD card. You may even be asked if you wish to Format,again,say YES, and do so, if NOT asked that;s OK too. as, you should now be able to, in either case, be able to have access to the SD card, and can change your phone settings accordingly, the extra storage will simply be "Picked Up" by the Camcorders software.
If this doesn't happen, then there maybe a problem with THAT SD card or the Camcorder? try another SD card before thinking the camcorder has a problem though.

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Sd card not recognizable


I read the following spec for your camera: Recording Media Internal Flash Memory 64MB Video/Image
SD/SDHC Up To 32GB Video/Image
So, I think that an 8 GB SD card should work.

Try another capacity and brand to make it work.

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Why can't you use 8GB memory card in Z710


I have a kodak z710 camera with a 2 gig card in it. I was wanting to get a 4 gig sdhc and i wasn't sure if the HC would work with this camera. HC stands for high capacity which means it allows the camera to load files on to the card faster. this may be the problem the kodak may not be HC compatable. but as i have said i have a 2 gig and it works fine with that. and i have a friend that has a 4 gig in thiers but once again i don't think it is HC so i would exchange the card if you can for just a regular SD/MMC card or SD card

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When I turn on my Jazz DV 152/ T20 it displays "Read card..." and then nothing happens...I have a 4GB SDHC card by SanDisk...both camera and card are new....is this a faulty camera or am I doing something...


Usually the first thing you need to do with any SD card and Camera is to go into the settings of the your camera and Format the SD card. This has to be done for each memory card you use with that camera. i.e. a SD card formatted on a Panasonic HD camcorder won't work in your Jazz Camcorder. The formatting is different between the two camcorders. New SD cards don't come formatted.
SO try inserting the SD card into your Jazz Cam and rummage through the setting until you find your memory settings. From there find the Format Memory Card function, format the SD Card and you should be good to go.

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make sure its using the sd memory not cameras internal memory

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Access data on 8Gb SD card


Hello,

Some older card readers will not read the newer HC-SD cards all memory cards larger that 4gb are HC-SD. You need to get a new card reader that states HC-SD compatible. Office Depot sells them as well as many online sites. Then just plug the new reader into a USB port and go.

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