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Memory card is there a maximum size of memory card that the camera can take

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Probably the maximum is 2 GB, but normally with firmware upgrade u can use larger then that.

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SOURCE: Memory Card Capacity for Nikon P4

you can put a 16 gig in without any trouble

Posted on Dec 20, 2008

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Maximum memory size for your camera is 256MB (according to the manual). However, some users claim that the camera can support up to 512MB. To be safe, just use a 256MB card.


Good luck and have a nice day!





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