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Memory card I have a power shot S5 IS what memory cards are compatable?

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  • chezo Jan 17, 2009

    i have put a sd adapter card in my camera but when i turn the power on, the light comes on but nopicture or control over the camera i.e. can't turn the camera off need to take the batterys out.

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The camera takes a SD memory card if you have one that is not working you can try to format it with a computer that has a memory card reader and see if that fixes it or try to format it from the camera under the setup menu. Eather way some camera format process and block struckure is diffrent so a memory card needs to be formatted for each camera so work fine between each other and some don't.


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