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Not a problem really.. I need to know if it sdhc compatible??

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  • kakima Mar 12, 2011

    Not a problem really... we need to know what make and model camera you're asking about.

  • nick_sadler Mar 12, 2011

    it is an Advent MP82,,

  • nick_sadler Mar 12, 2011

    sorry forgot to ask what the max size card I can use??

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The Advent MP82 is NOT compatible with SDHC cards. You are limited to SD cards 1GB and smaller.

http://www.mymemory.co.uk/compatible-memory/Digital_Cameras/Advent/Advent+MP82_Memory_Cards

Posted on Mar 12, 2011

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