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Memory card size

I tried using a 4 GB memory card in the camera but it would not recognize it .. It works fine with a 2GB memory card. Is it a bad card or are there limits on the size card I can use...

Thanks for your help ...conniejoy01

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On most camera's there s a max size for the memory cards.

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