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I have an older DSC-P52 camera and am having trouble

I have an older DSC-P52 camera and am having a bit of trouble getting memory cards, they keep sending me a smaller card, I noticed there is an OEM Sony M2 Micro Memory Stick Card Adaptor and I was wondering if that would work in my camera?

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Hi,

There is no reason why the MicroSD adapter shouldn't work in the camera providing the card adapter is the right size for the camera.

I myself use an adapter in my own camera and have no problems with it.


Regards.

Posted on Jul 18, 2010

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