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whats good site to find out what kind & max amount of memory your camera will take?
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i'd assume the manufacturer's website would be the first place to look....also the manual that came with the camera would have this info as well

most cameras that i've seen don't have a "max"...just a required type
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thanks ds altho i thought most cams have like a max memory they'll support kind of like how cell phones that can take external memory have a max
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i'm sure it's possible...but i've never seen a camera that had a specific limit listed
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interesting i could of swore it was user on here that gave me site that listed all known cameras & the type/max size the cam took..anyone know it?
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