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Max Capacity of Memory Stick for F717

What is the max capacity of MS that the F717 supports ? Thanks Jusko

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Re: Max Capacity of Memory Stick for F717 - Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-F717 Digital Camera Digital Cameras

My 1GB works fine

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letting the credit card company helps because if they get enough negative **** from consumers the cc company can suspend or revoke their ability to accept credit cards. chargebacks also reflect poorly on the seller and can get them busted as well.

alerting the police can get them thrown in jail, and alerting the mfg can cost them major fines and jail time as well.

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