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Why transcent cf 4 gb cart give problem in my fuji s7000

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The S7000 is designed to work only with memory cards up to 2GB in size. It's not supposed to work with 4GB cards.

Posted on Nov 24, 2010

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The reason you are having this problem is that the maximum size memory card supported by this camera is 2GB. Any card with a larger capacity - like your 4 GB card - can not be initialised by the camera.

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http://www.mymemory.co.uk/compatible-memory/Digital_Cameras/Fuji/Fuji+Finepix+S7000+Zoom_Memory_Cards

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The longer answer entails fat16 vs fat32 abilities, and the posibility of reformatting your card on the computer in an attempt to possibly get the s7000 to recognise it with mixed success. Since the s7000 is fat16, it can recognise only 2Gb of data.

The xD cards max out at 2Gb. CF goes much higher, but only 2Gb will be recognized.

On a related note, if you do continuous shooting or movies and use an xD card, make sure you get the H-type (not M or M+) as this is higher speed and will avoid timing issues. All of the newer CF cards are plenty fast already.

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