Hello, My son has the same camera with a 1 gigabyte Sandisk sd card. This allows him to store about 200 pictures at full resolution. The cards are very inexpensive. Here is a link to a 1gb card that is $8.28 on Amazon.com: http://www.amazon.com/SanDisk-Secure-Digital-SDSDB-1024-Package/dp/B000I5ZC3W/ref=pd_bbs_2?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1210104172&sr=8-2 If you plan to take small movies I would get a 2 gig card. Videos use much more memory. This one is $11.88 from Amazon" http://www.amazon.com/SanDisk-Memory-Card-SDSDB-2048-Package/dp/B000J47W12/ref=pd_bbs_sr_1?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1210104517&sr=8-1 Costco also has great prices on SD memory. Important: Your camera will not accept cards larger than 2 gigabytes. If that helped please rate me well. Take Care, -WN
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The C310 works with MMC and SD cards. MMC cards are nearly obsolete and hard to find, so I suggest SD cards. Be sure you get an SD card, 2GB and smaller. Larger cards are actually SDHC cards and will not work in the C310.
The Ultra card is larger than 2GB, isn't it? The Z612 uses SD cards. If your card is larger than 2GB then it's not an SD card but an SDHC (Secure Digital High Capacity) card. While SDHC cards will fit into SD slots, they are electronically incompatible and will not work. You need to use SD cards 2GB and smaller in the Z612.
You can use SD cards up to 2GB in size. You cannot use SDHC cards bigger than 2GB. You should be able to get SD cards at any office supply or electronics store. You could probably even find them in most supermarkets and drug stores, though they might cost a little more.
Although you haven't stated the make, model and capacity of your memory
card the information in your question suggests that you have used the
wrong memory card.
The CD33 is compatible with SD memory cards but not with the later SDHC models (the HC means High Capacity). They'll fit into the camera just fine as they have the same shape as an SD card, but the CD33 chipset is incompatible at the basic hardware level and cannot format SDHC cards.
To complicate matters further, the original SD specification allowed up to a maximum 2GB, and this was later extended to 4GB but hardly any SD devices can use the 4GB cards without a firmware update. No firmware update was ever released to allow your camera to use 4GB SD cards. Your camera was also designed before 2GB SD cards were available so whilst it may be compatible in theory it was never tested with them.
I'd recommend that you stick to 1GB maximum SD cards unless you use a Kodak branded 2GB version: Kodak's website claims that your camera should work with their own brand card of that capacity, so if it doesn't you can claim on their warranty for a refund or maybe an exchange for two 1GB cards.
If all this is incorrect and you're using a regular SD card of no larger than 1GB then you either have a faulty card or a faulty camera. The only way to find out will be to try a new 1GB SD card from a major brand name. If the camera proves to be faulty then it's beyond economic repair as labour costs for diagnosing the fault alone will exceed the camera value.
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