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MMC/SD Cards Does anyone know if I can use an SD card with my EM-500 or must I only use an MMC card?

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Re: MMC/SD Cards

In most cases they are interchangeable except for the security feature which you don't need for storage on your EM-500. SD cards are faster in read write department as also they cost more due to security featurtes built in. In Casio cameras Casio recommends SD cards but I have been using MMC cards very successfully.

Posted on Sep 06, 2005

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