Question about Vivitar Cameras
There are two Vivitar DVR-410 models. A model released in the early 2000's and a newer version released in 2010.
If you have the the earlier DVR-410 model then it will probably only use low capacity SD cards - e.g. 512Mb or lower. if you are trying to use a higher capacity card on this model it may well show that it is full.
If you have the modern 2010 version of the DVR-410 then it can uses SD cards upto 2Gb and SDHC cards upto 16Gb
You should also check the card you are trying to use is formatted, and the lock switch is not set.
Hope this helps
Posted on Dec 29, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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