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Older VHS-C Palmcorder Memory cards size recognition

Some of the Panisonic VHS-C Palmcorders had the option of using a CF (Compact Flash) card to save and transfer digital photos. A few models used SD memory cards for the same purposes. When these Palmcorders came out (10 - 12 years ago) the user manuals referred to both types of memory cards in megabytes....NOT gigabytes. I think the largest one I saw mentioned was a 64MB not GB memory card. My question is: Now that some time has gone by, technology has improved and memory cards are now available in GIGABYTES. Being that a CF card is still a CF card and a SD card is still a SD card, will these MUCH higher capacity memory cards be recognized by these older palmcorders? Or is there some reason that they would not recognize these MUCH larger sized memory cards? Please advise. Thank you.

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Dear Sir,
Yes all noted on your SD/CF card question, well this was a very good question for me simply because I too have had this same problem with my own Sony Digital 340 movie camera.
My camera come with a 128 mb SD card, and like a fool I went last week and bought a 2 g card, and my camera just cannot see it let alone use it, and I now find that camera's before 2004 cannot see any g cards, and like me you are stuck with small max of 128 m because the camera hard-ware is old tec stuff, sad I think my friend, but that's it.
Take care,
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David

Posted on Jun 03, 2010

Testimonial: "Thank you for your feedback. You have helped me to avoid wasting money on a 2GB card. It is only selling for $4.00 on ebay with free shipping! The VERY interesting thing is that both of the memory cards that I mentioned in my original posting cost MUCH MORE than ones which are thousands of times larger! I guess the sneaky sellers caught on to this unique situation. Too bad, eh?"

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