KevinBarrett wrote:My card is a Pro HG Duo HX and came with a multilingual instruction page folded up twenty times over. It has graphics of both the card and the adapter.
David Kilpatrick wrote:It's hard to tell from the pictures though the 16GB looks very similar, there are also differences between the others.
I had a problem today. I put a 16GB SD card - one which had been slightly damaged to the casing, but has worked all the time in my A550 - in my Nikon D5000. When I came to use the camera, it said No SD Card inserted - and nothing I could do would make it work. I bought a 4GB card for £5 in Tesco. Back home, the faulty one tested perfectly in a card reader. Anyway, it will be retired, it can go into the ASUS EeePC I'm selling as a bonus 16GB memory.
Shows that there can be issues with cards which are specific to a connector/slot.
Birma wrote:Hi Yildiz - really sorry to hear about the problem you have had - it must be awful to have seen the shots on the back of the camera and then to have them corrupted. I wondered if there could be something in the A100 that can not cope properley with the 16Gb cards? (The manual says it is rated up to 2Gb on MS Pro Duo.) I wonder if the 16 Gb card works ok in your cam-corder? I guess you could film some long clips and see if the cards handles these o.k.
bossel wrote:Too bad!! We also have a 4GB MS that doesn't work in my wifes T900 (for which we bought it). Luckily, it directly says there is no card so we didn't loose any pics! The same card is recognized by my A700 and seems to work fine. Go figure! Maybe the MS specifications are very tight and even small variations can make it fail?
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