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Memory card I bought a 1GB memory card for my mju 400 recently.  Since I have been using the new card, the camera has been very slow.  Is there any conection between a large card and slow camera?

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If you look at olympus site you will see that large cards are not compatible. you need old style card. It won't work. I learned the hard way

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Yes, it is likely that the larger memory card is slowing your camera down. 

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