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Can you use a different brand memory stick pro in a sony camera other then sony? Dan

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Hi, I have the DSC-P31 model and after trying different types of memories I noticed that this camera will only allow up to 128mb memory. I you try any bigger it won't work. There is one memory on the market that has a switch and splits a 256mb in half so the camera thinks is 128mb but you have to switch it from A to B on the back of the memory itself.

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Lexar, Sandisk, Sony, Delfin, Dane etc... http://www.streetprices.com/Electronics/Digital_Cameras/Accessories/Memory/Memory_Stick_128MB/ I think I've seem a Riken or similar as well.

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