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Memory card capacity

Given the larger capacities of memory cards now appearing, are there any practical limitations to the size of card (CF and SD), that my e800(wifi) can cope with? I should hate to fit a 4GB card to find that only 1GB is accessible!

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As far as I know there is no any limitation but before you buy one it will be recommendable to check it in the shop. The only thing that I am worry about is that the reading speed will be much slowly.

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