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Olympus xd picture card

I want to buy an xtra xd card for my camera. Up to what mb xd card can I buy that will operate in my olympus Camedia C-150?

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The max is 256 mb NOT the 'm' card though.
I have the original 16mb card and the 256mb card for sale for the same camera due to my camedia c 150 not working. Let me know if you want to buy them.

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Hi,

I've found a 2Gb card that is accepted by Olympus.

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It's only £17, so seems a worthwhile investment. However, it may not be compatible with panorama shots. If you intend to use these, I'd stick with a 64Mb version. - Or carry two, as they don't exactly take up room.

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\i have an original 16mb pic card AND a 256 xd card for sale on ebay. The 'M' cards do not work in the camedia c150

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