Question about Panasonic Cameras
Check on the web site to see if there is a firmware update for your camera. You didnt state if the original card that came with the camera still works or if these are new cards. Some cameras can't use the newer cards so SD and SDHC are not the same and in some cameras are not compatable.
Posted on Mar 11, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: panasonic fz 18
i suggest you first try another card to check if the card or the camera is faulty. if it is the canera then it could be the sd card slot that is faulty. this will have to be checked by a qualified panasonic tech.
Posted on Jun 26, 2008
SOURCE: S400 memory card error
The internal BIOS battery has run down and is causing this error. Don't attempt to fix this yourself. Canon will fix this for you for free, with free shipping, regardless of your camera's warranty status. See and print out the following advisory:
Posted on Feb 22, 2009
SOURCE: memory card failure in camera
Your memory card needs a permanent home. Trading it between cameras is corrupting it. If there are pics on it, use a card reader to download them. Then choose a camera and format the card in that camera.
Posted on Feb 06, 2010
SOURCE: panasonic fz 18
Sorry for the extreme delay in answering your question: I've been trawling for old unanswered questions today and yours came up. The following answer will undoubtedly be way too late to be of use to you, but may assist others searching FixYa for an answer to the same problem.
You have been mistaking SD cards for SDHC cards. They look the same but are different, and your camera cannot use SDHC cards as it was designed before they existed. The limitation is due to the hardware in your camera so it cannot be updated to SDHC standards.
Your 2GB card was definitely an SD card as SDHC cards have a minimum capacity of 4GB, and 2GB SD cards are the maximum capacity which your camera can handle. Your only fix is to either stick to 2GB maximum capacity SD cards or to replace the camera with one which is SDHC compatible.
Posted on Oct 06, 2010
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