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 What kind of memory do digital cameras use?

Answer Often overlooked, yet essential and important, is a digital camera's memory. Digital cameras use a memory card for storage. The cards do have a capacity limit, are reusable and pictures can be eras... Read More »
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What kind of digital cameras are the best?

This is my personal choice... I have an earlier model the A510read on please:The best camera for under $200 is the Canon A550* 7.1 Megapixel*4X Optical Zoom* Very good photo quality, noise levels ... Read More »
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What memory card is compatible with Sanyo digital cameras?

As of May 2010, Sanyo digital cameras that use cards all support SD and SDHC memory cards. These models include the 10-megapixel VPC-1080 with its 2.8-inch LCD screen and the 6-megapixel VPC-S670R ... Read More »
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What memory cards work with Olympus digital cameras?

The types of memory cards that work with Olympus digital cameras are xD-Picture Cards. They range in size from 256 MB to 2 GB. Some Olympus digital cameras may take microSD cards when used in conju... Read More »
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Memory cards for digital cameras?

Higher resolution os, you can use that older card with your older digital and get yourself a new media card. I use SanDisc Extreme III in both my wife's (Fuji S5000) and my (Canon XTi) digital came... Read More »
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