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I am looking at buying a Sandisk Extreme IV 4GB Memory Card for use on a Nikon D1x Camera. Does the Nikon D1x have Memory Card limitations, or will this card be OK. Thanks. Rick

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  • chrissy016 Sep 15, 2008

    I am using an 8gb Sandisk Extreme III Compact Flash card for my Canon 40D and the shots remaining feature in the LCD panel doesn't change. It remains at 999 no matter how many shots I take. Please help.

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Hi Rick,

It is OK. However, the "shots remaining" feature of the camera may not display correctly.

Posted on May 12, 2008

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