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Lumix FX10 - 4gb card reports "card error"

Is there a limit to the card size for this model? I have a 2gb card which works fine, but when I put in a new 4bg card I get an error report.

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I think you need a SDHC 4GB card. SD is only supported to 2G.

Posted on Oct 12, 2008

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