If I put the memory card from my digital camera into printer, it tells me it has initialized the card, and the number of photos etc appears on printer screen.
If I put the memory card from my Everio GZ-MG175 into the printer, it tells me it has initialized the card, but there are NO photos on the card - but I have taken quite a few, and they all show distinctly on the Everio.
Is there something I am not doing, perhaps before removing card from Everio?
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The GZ-MG360 takes microSD cards. Make sure you get a microSD card, not a microSDHC card. While a microSDHC card will fit into the slot, it is electronically incompatible and will not work. microSD cards go up to 2GB in size, microSDHC cards start at 4GB and go up.
No you do not need a memory card to record. The JVC Everio GZ-MG130 is a hard disk drive camcorder with a built-in 30 gigabyte hard drive to record to. You can, however, use an SD memory card if you want to add additional space to save your videos and pictures to.