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Minolta Z6 SDHC memory limits? Only a 2gb standard SD seems to work. Any input?

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The Z6 works with SD and MMC cards. It does not work with SDHC cards at all, whatever their size. SD cards are limited to 2GB in size.

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Is there an up-date which will allow dimage Z6 to use a 4 GB storage card please. My camaera will only recognise up to 2GB SD card.


Sorry, no. SD cards max out at 2GB. Larger SDHC cards are electronically incompatible and will only work in devices specifically designed to accept them. It's a hardware incompatibility and no amount of firmware changes will make a SD device accept SDHC cards.

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The Konica Minolta DiMAGE Z6 will not read the 8 GB card


The Z6 uses MMC and SD cards. If you look carefully at your 8GB card, you'll see that it's an SDHC card. While it fits into the slot, it is electronically incompatible and will not work. The Z6 is limited to cards 2GB and smaller.

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I have a Konica minolta with 512 MB memory.How much more memory of SDhc/SD card can it use as it is unable to use 4GB SDHC card. Thanks.


The Z1 uses SD cards, which top out at 2GB. SDHC cards do not work with this camera, as you've already found out.

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Toshiba type "A" sd card


I beleive the memory that it can read is only limited by the software you are running such as windows XP sp1 and 2 can recognize upto 2gb SD cards but keep in mind that SD cards only go to 2gb anything bigger than that are SDHC and are the same size but designed differently so the reader must be able to read SDHC format. Note if your hardware is capable of reading SDHC cards and your software limits your ability to use anything bigger than 2gb you can still insert and use upto 2gb of space on an SDHC card that is, say 16gb so that is how you can tell if it is hardware or software that limits the use of an SDHC card.

Jun 02, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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My camera gets easily full though i've just taken only one or two pictures. What should i do? Please help me solve this problem. I badly need my camera now as I am documenting for my thesis. Thanks much.


Sounds like you may not have a SD memory card in your camera (or have been using a 4GB SDHC card), and your images are being saved to the camera's very limited "built-in" memory. What size SD memory card are you using. If there is none (or if you're using a 4GB SDHC), recommend purchasing a standard SD card no larger than 2GB files size for your model camera (think of it as the camera's reusable film).
Note that 4GB and higher SDHC cards will not work with your camera as it was manufactured before SDHC format came out (this also could be causing the camera to default to built-in memory). Again, the maximum SD card size that your camera can use is 2GB. These can still be purchased, and are relatively inexpensive on Amazon.

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8 Gb SD card not recognized by Minolta DiMage Z6 digital camera. What is maximum size SD card this camera can address?


The Z6 works with MMC and SD cards. Your 8GB card is actually an SDHC card. While SDHC cards will fit into SD slots, they are electronically incompatible and will not work. You need to use MMC or SD cards, 2GB and smaller.

Mar 12, 2011 | Konica Minolta DiMAGE Z6 Digital Camera

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I have a Panasonic Lumix DMC FX30. Why aren't there SD memory cards in 4gb or higher? Can I substitute any of the other SDHC cards?


There are no SD memory cards 4GB or larger because the Secure Digital standard limits card capacities to 2GB. While SDHC cards will fit into the slot, they are electronically incompatible and will not work in the DMC-FZ30. You will need to stay with SD cards 2GB and smaller.

Feb 25, 2011 | Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ30 Digital Camera

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Camera works with standard SD memory card, but not SDHC


There are hardware incompatibilities between SD and SDHC cards. They're upward compatible in that SDHC devices will accept SD cards but not the other way around. You will have to hunt down SD cards, 2GB and smaller.

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Panasonic fz 18


Sorry for the extreme delay in answering your question: I've been trawling for old unanswered questions today and yours came up. The following answer will undoubtedly be way too late to be of use to you, but may assist others searching FixYa for an answer to the same problem.

You have been mistaking SD cards for SDHC cards. They look the same but are different, and your camera cannot use SDHC cards as it was designed before they existed. The limitation is due to the hardware in your camera so it cannot be updated to SDHC standards.

Your 2GB card was definitely an SD card as SDHC cards have a minimum capacity of 4GB, and 2GB SD cards are the maximum capacity which your camera can handle. Your only fix is to either stick to 2GB maximum capacity SD cards or to replace the camera with one which is SDHC compatible.

Aug 25, 2008 | Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ18K Digital Camera

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It says the memory card needs formatting but when i go to format it this error occurs, FILESYS ERROR e00100


The Kodak Z612 only accepts standard SD cards up to 2GB. As you rightly point ot the physical charactreristics are identical, its the internal format of the card that defines SDHC.

Standard SD cards use FAT - which has a 2GB limit.
SDHC cards use FAT32 - which has a limit of 32GB.

Stick with 2GB or smaller standard SD cards.

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