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speed class choices.
about compatibility with host devices
before choosing your card, it is important that you understand how to use your memory card to it greatest ability. sdxc memory cards and devices (digital cameras, video cameras, laptops, etc.) are now available. learn how to use your new sdxc memory card to optimize its performance.
before inserting your sdxc memory card, confirm the device is compatible with the sdxc standard by locating an sdxc logo on the device or referring to the device's user manual or manufacturer information.
understanding backwards compatibility
sdxc memory cards must only be used with sdxc devices.
sdxc devices can use sd memory cards, sdhc memory cards and sdxc memory cards.
sdhc memory cards can be used with sdhc devices and sdxc devices.
sdhc devices can use both sd memory cards and sdhc memory cards.
The SD card is the original design, capable of handling up to 2GB. The SDHC is a newer development, allowing sizes up to 32GB. It's backward compatible, in that devices designed for SDHC cards will also handle SD cards but not the other way around. Older SD devices will not handle SDHC cards. If you want the gory details, go to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Secure_Digital
Is the camera compatible with SDHC? If it can only handle SD memory cards this card is not readable in the device. It will show on the camera whether it is compatible with SDHC. If it doesn't have the logo, take it as the card won't work and you'll need to get a normal SD card.
There is a theoretical maximum of 2GB for SD memory cards, SDHC start at 4GB and go up to 32GB.
Simply put, if your camera is quite old, it won't support SDHC and therefore is limited to a maximum of 2GB memory card.
Probably the first thing to try is formatting the card. There is a function in the camera menus to do this. If it won't format or gives an error when you try, then there may be an issue with the connectors in the card slot or the card may be incompatible.
Maybe it is having trouble with the size of the memory. Memory cards have grown enormously in capacity in the last couple of years, and even relatively new cameras may not be able to cope with the memory size of the newest cards.
SD and SDHC cards fit the same slots, but many cameras won't work with the SDHC (high capacity) cards. SDHC is not backwards compatible.
No, and there never will be. SDHC cards are electronically different from SD cards. While an SDHC device can use an SD card, the reverse does not hold. It's a hardware difference, and no amount of firmware tweaking can make an SD device use SDHC cards.
The following information lists the type and maximum storage capacity of the memory card that each type of camera accepts.
EASYSHARE CX-, DX-, LS-Series Cameras accept:
DX3500, DX3600, DX3900: CF memory cards up to 1 GB
LS755: xD memory cards only
All other CX, DX, LS: SD memory cards up to 1 GB
EASYSHARE C-Series Cameras accept:
C300, C310, C315, C330, CD33, CW330, C530, CD40, CD50: SD memory cards up to 1 GB
C340, C360, C433, C503, C533, C603, C633, C643, C663, C703, C743, C875: SD memory cards up to 2 GB
CD43: xD memory cards only All other C-Series Cameras: SDHC and SDHC UHS-1 memory cards up to 32 GB
EASYSHARE M-Series Cameras accept:
M590, M583, M577 TOUCH, M5370 TOUCH: MicroSD and MicroSDHC memory cards up to 32 GB
All other M-Series Cameras: SD, SDHC, SDHC UHS-1 memory cards up to 32 GB
EASYSHARE P-Series Cameras accept:
P850, P880: SD memory cards up to 2 GB
P712: SD or SDHC memory cards up to 4 GB
EASYSHARE SLICE Digital Camera accepts:
MicroSD and MicroSDHC memory cards up to 32 GB.
EASYSHARE V-Series Cameras accept:
V1233, V1253, V1073, V1273: SDHC, SDHC UHS-1 memory cards up to 32 GB All other V-Series Cameras: SD memory cards up to 2 GB EASYSHARE Z-Series Cameras accept:
Z610, Z650, Z700, Z710, Z730, Z740, Z760, Z7590: SD memory cards up to 2 GB All other Z-Series Cameras, including MAX: SDHC and SDHC UHS-1 memory cards up to 32 GB FUNSAVER FD-Series Cameras accept:
SD and SDHC memory cards up to 32 GB EASYSHARE ONE Camera accepts:
SD and SDHC memory cards up to 1 GB
Most KODAK Digital Cameras are compatible with SD, SD/MMC, and/or SDHC memory cards.
Most current KODAK Digital Cameras are compatible with SDHC UHS-1 memory cards.
All KODAK Digital Cameras that are compatible with SDHC and SDHC UHS-1 memory cards use cards with Speed Class up to Class 10.
MicroSD and MicroSDHC cards with SD adapters can also be used in cameras that use SD or SDHC cards if the storage capacity criteria above is followed.
KODAK Digital Cameras are not compatible with SDXC memory cards.
i'm assuming that this camera uses a SD memory card. You have most
likely bought yourself an SDHC card. The cards will look exactly the
same, except for their name. SD cards only go up to 2GB, while SDHC's
go much higher....sometimes the SDHC card will cause camera's to do
this because it is not supported.
the other possibility is that you have a defective battery and it
doesn't hold a charge. You could test this with a digital multi meter.
the last possibility is that there in internal damage/falty wiring