Question about PNY 4GB microSD High Capacity Mobile Media Kit
I think the maximum size card you can use in the power shot is a 1Gb card unless nes firmware has been istalled to allow 2Gb card.
Using large capacity cards also delays the write recovery time. So if you are trying to capture moving objects , often you get one shot and then it takes almost 20 seconds to recover for the next pic. Too late for most things that move
hope this was of some help
Posted on May 09, 2010
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