Hey Guys yes I am from South Africa Just bought the SD 2 GB ScanDisk sd card - Same Thing Pathetic to say the least! Anyways - Thanx for the comments what i have learned from this is that its not just ME with the problem, and I must say I feel better! Kodak C310... well you cant compare it with the big boys... Cheers Stan
Ps: formatting the card in your pc does not fix the problem with the camera, I tried it.. The card works fine on my Garmin
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At the time your camera was made, 1GB was the max size standard SD card. Then along came 2GB standard SD, but this card also used the same format as previous cards, so yes it also worked in your camera. Now SDHC is a very different format with different file handling (although externally it looks exactly the same). I'm sorry to say, it is very unlikely that SDHC will work with your camera. Here on Fixya you'll see many folks asking why the brand new card they just bought doesn't work with their older camera. 9 time out of 10, this is the reason why.
Your camera is only supporting SD/MMC Cards (up to 2 GB) and KODAK SDHC Cards (up to 8 GB).
The card that you currently have might be faulty. Please try another card. You might also need to switch the camera over to saving pictures directly onto the SD card.1: Menu, Cam settings, Chose AUTO or SD card option Press OK
Note: If the SD card isn't in the camera or is unreadable the camera will automatically go back to saving you taken pictures on the internal memory.
The Z740 supports only
MultiMediaCards & SD Memory Cards. 4GB and larger SD cards are usually SDHC (Secure Digital High Capacity) types - and bear the SDHC mark on the label. These cards are not compatible with this camera. Use only MMC and SD cards. SD cards are 2 GB and under - although *some* 4 GB cards are marked as SD too; these cards may or may not work. If you purchase a 4 GB SD (not SDHC) card, make sure that it can be returned if it doesn't work reliably in your camera.
No, that camera works with the 2gb cards just fine. You will want to try to format the card in your computer first, then try it in your camera (format it in the camera before using). If it doesn't format in the computer, it is a bad card.
But try an firmware upgrade. Maybe the supporting now the 2 GB memory cards.
Why download firmware version 1.07? This firmware version improves memory card compatibility and provides general performance updates. KODAK EASYSHARE C330 Zoom Digital Camera Firmware
The SD card may have to be reformated. You should do this in the camera you want to use the SD card with. Do not format the card with your computer.
In you manual or on the menu of your camera there is a "Format" procedure. follow that and your camera will work again (REMEMBER) if you have images on the SD card down load them before you format the card.
Once you down load the images from your camera you should reformat the card to clear it in order to shoot more images.
try doing a format with the camera. check your manual to see how to do this with your camera. Beware, formatting will erase anything on the card. i actually had the same problem with my camera, and this worked for me. Sometimes new flash cards are not compatible off the shelf--they need to be formatted. You should have at least flash cards to be sure card is not defective. Let me know if this helps!