Question about Vivitar ViviCam 3915 Digital Camera
Funny, I recently bought the exact same model. The answer to your question is simple (that's the good news!)
A long time ago, when these small SD Cards first appeared, they were limited in capacity from 128 Megabytes (MB) to a maximum capacity of 2 Gigabytes (GB).
To enable the same size card to store a greater capacity, a new specification had to be created. This new spec. was SDHC, and allowed the cards to store from 4 GB up to 32 GB.
The confusion arises because people still refer to all these cards as 'SD cards' when the higher capacity cards should really be called 'SDHC' cards.
Your camera will accept standard SDHC cards. Just make sure you don't order 'mini' cards which are much smaller in dimension.
Hope this clears up the confusion.
Posted on Oct 19, 2010
Testimonial: "You explained it perfectly. Your right, Vivitar caused the confusion by referring to an SD card rather than an SDHC card. Thanks for your help."
SD cards do not go to 32GB. If your camera manual says it will accept cards up to 32GB, it is referring to SDHC cards. My question is , unless you are shooting a movie for a Hollywood producer, why would you need a 32GB card?
Posted on Oct 04, 2010
Testimonial: "Your answer came very quick and it was very well explained. Thank you. It was exactly what I needed to know. "
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