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I am looking for 8gb memory card for Canon Powershot SD1300 IS, which memory card should I buy?

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You'll want to buy a higher write speed card (Class 6 or higher) to be able to reliably store the larger file sizes of your 12MP camera. Recommend searching on Amazon. By coincidence, I recently just purchased three of this Class 10 brand (Amazon seems to be having a sale on them at the moment with free shipping).

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I just recieved a canon powershot SD1300 IS for christmas. I bought a 2 gb memory card and the camera tells me there is a memory card error. the card is not locked, and I have tried to format the card but...


Yes I know you said the card was not locked but, check to makes sure the little white sliding switch is pushed towards the top of the card in the direction of the gold contacts. Also the memory card is inserted in the correct orientation (right way up) see picture.

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Also when these things have been checked close the door on the memory card make sure the card is seated first. Then remove the battery for a few moments and reinstall. I'm going to assume you have set the date and time if not this must be done before the camera will function properly.
Robert in Canada

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I have a canon powershot sd1300 and i need to delete ALL my pictures at once how do i do this?


The easiest way to delete all your pictures is to format it. If the pictures are in internal memory, format that. If they're on a memory card, format that.

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I bought a canon powershot SD1300 IS camera yesterday. I inserted a 2 GB memory card in to the slot. when i switched on the cam It displays a message no memory card. what should i have to do?


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