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Re: sakar 6.1 digital camera

Hi; I just recently purchased a digital camera but I am really not familar with the memory cards. I was wondering about the gigabytes and megabytes and which memory card is goood for this type of camera

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  • Anonymous Aug 08, 2007

    well, i was looking for more information i have the memory card but dont know how good it is going to be for my camera

  • pmccoy7 Jan 10, 2009

    I have the 7.1 Mega Pixel Digital Camera by Sakar (Digital Concepts) Could you tell me if this camera has sound?



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Re contact me i have a lot of cards laying around if that is what you need [email protected] Shain cheers

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