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The SD slot on my digital camera looks wider than an SD card

The SD slot on my digital camera looks wider than the SD cards are. Is there a different kind of SD card out there that is wide? I tried using the SD card for my sony digital camera and it seemed too small for the opening on the digital concept camera. It was a regular SD card, not a micro SD.

The camera in question is Digital Concepts 7.1 MGP 0804180004E10104A00...it was purchased at ToysRus

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Specs says it's compatible with sd cards and MMC cards..

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It appears to be a normal SD card slot.
The camera can handle cards up to 1GB.

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As SD cards are getting higher in GIGS they are getting fatter so do you mean fatter or wider as in length and could it be an XD slot instead?

Posted on Jan 26, 2010

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