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Your Sony uses a memory stick called Sony Memory Stick Pro which they don't make any more, it was replaced with a smaller card called Sony Memory Stick Pro Duo, go to ebay and buy a adapter called Sony Memory Stick Pro Adapter it is sliver in color with blue color at the end. Once you get ahold of that adapter, you can now buy the new smaller card called Sony Memory Stick Pro Duo and insert it to that adapter, then slide the adapter with the new smaller card into your camera.
I have several older Sony digital camera that I converted to use the newer Sony Memory Stick Pro Duo cards, it works great ! I checked your Sony model on Ebay and you have to scroll down a bit to see those adapters I just mentioned, some sell with the adapter and the newer memory stick already included in the price.
These are the compatible digital memory cards for your Lexmark X8350 printer:
CompactFlash I & II SmartMedia Card Sony Memory Stick, Memory Stick PRO Secure Digital (SD) Card MultiMediaCard (MMC) Microdrive 4 Built-in Card Readers xD Card Sony Memory Stick Duo (with adapter) Mini Secure Digital (Mini SD) Card (with adapter) PRO Duo (Sony Memory Stickwith adapter)
No, it doesn't support SDHC, the following card types are supported by Canon MP500 :
CompactFlash®, Micro Drive®, SmartMedia®, Memory Stick®, Memory Stick Pro ™, SD Card™ and MultiMediaCard™
And these are the cards which can be used with respective adapters:
xD-Picture Card™, Memory Stick Duo™ Memory Stick Duo Pro™, miniSD™ card
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Don't know the size of the micro with its adapter, but if it is the size of a duo card you should be able to put your micro with adapter into a Pro adapter and this is the memory stick that most card readers accept. Sony has been pretty much backward compatible so I feel this should work. A Pro adapter runs about $10 @ Best Buy.
Unfortunately, there is no way to change the internal card reader in the camera to accept higher density memory cards. You can find the memory stick compatibility list here: https://esupport.sony.com/perl/support-info.pl?&info_id=12 . Scroll down to the Cybershot N Series camera list. The maximum capacity memory stick is 4 GB memory stick pro or M2 Memory stick Pro. For the Memory Stick Duo, it looks like those have a maximum capacity of 2 GB.
Plug the duo card into adapter labels need to face same direction. Plug adapter into camera or other device label facing you. Once card is installed make sure you format it for the device. My memory stick is 8GB and I use it in my P200 cybershot camera. 2400 high quality 7mega pixel images and 42min-3hrs of mpeg video.