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What size memory cards work with the Lumix DMCFZ20PP? I tried a 4GB and got a read error.

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According to the information I have the maximum card size for the DMC-FZ20 is 1Gb SD.

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Hi!
Im using Kingston 2 GB memories. Fo what i know, you can use only old SD cards (Class 2).

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