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Kodak Z740, want to know if the 4GB SDHC card Class 2 will work in the camera...I've tried a 4GB SDHC Class 10 and it won't format, but would a Class 2 work instead?.

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Class 10 just means it will read and write information much faster than a class 2 card. The real issue may be that your camera can't use SDHC cards. Check your manual to see if it will only accept SD cards.

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