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Hello I currently have a 2 GB memory card in my canon SD 1000, camera i want to upgrade to 4GB memory card, what is the best brand or type? Will 4GB SDHC memory card work with my canon camera? What is the best recommendation. Using a 4GB memory card in my new computer for eg will I be able to use my Hp photosmart printer 7350 to make print outs. The 2 GB works but will the 4 GB work. for this printer.

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The Canon SD1000 will work with SDHC cards, up to 32GB in size. Stick with any of the major brands and you won't have problems.

The HP 7350 will NOT work with SDHC cards, limited to SD cards 2GB and smaller.

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