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I have an old digital camera and am looking for a rechargeable battery and a memory card for it to be able to store pictures on it the make and model is FujiFilm Digital camera Finepix 6800zoom (designed by F A Porsche is written in the shutter of the camera)the name of the card is smart media and it is 32 megabite i would like it to be a lot bigger in memory if possible. looking forward to hear from you . maria

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Hi Yes your camera is old, but it was very good camera olden day. Your max memory size are 128 mag. and you can get http://www.memorysuppliers.com/dan12smarcar.html?gclid=CIPPmYzD_6gCFSBrgwodUTZVpQ Thanks and best regard!

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