Can you use a Canon SD960 camera with a SanDisk - Memory Card?
yes you can use it. Camera is compatible with SD/SDHC, MMC/MMC Plus/HC MMC Plus cards so any of these cards will be ok.
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Should you spend the extra money for a high speed SD memory card for a Canon A560 camera or will a slower card work just as well?
Answer . Slower speed SD cards will also work in the camera but performance of camera will be slower when compared to using a higher speed SD card. When the picture is taken, picture data is temporarily stored in camera's buffer memory (RAM) before it is written to the Flash memory (in this c…ase SD card). Before the next picture is taken, the camera's buffer needs to be cleared. With a slow speed SD card, it will take longer time to write data so you may have to wait for few seconds before you can take next picture. This will be more obvious if you take picture at highest resolution with minimum compression (super fine mode). If you take continuous pictures (with high resolution) camera may pause it between to write to memory before taking the next shot. Similarly high resolution movie of long length may also stop as buffer memory will fill and flash writing will be slow and take some time. For taking one picture at a time most of the time you will not feel much difference that you are using a slow card. If you can afford and want faster performance buy a relatively fast card. Read reviews of specific brand and speed of SD cards and buy one with good customer reviews and look for bargains while shopping! (MORE)
acually, it isn't a "canon camera memory card." you need to chech what kind of memory card it is, most likely it will be an SD memory card, and you can purchase those at pretty much any place that sells cameras, and some places that dont. walmart carries them.and camp usa and a ot of electronic stor…es. i think even HEB carries them. (MORE)
\nIt just takes a regular SD memory card, but if you buy it at compUSA the memory card usuall comes with it, and if you want bigger mg you can just show the people at the place that you buy the card the one from the box.
\n. \nthere really is no specific card for either... they are designed to work on both. it is like a thumb drive that only fits in a SD slot.
Yes. That's the beauty of memory cards. Take photos with your camera and directly transfer them to your computer by plugging the memory card into the computer.
\nwell, usually it doesn't matter the gb...it just matters what kind of memory card it is..like SD and xD and stuff.
No you can not, I tried it once, the computer said, 'Unable to accept', maybe try the card on a different format, by right clicking and go down to format calibrate, other than that, I don't see that you can.
on the side of the memory card there is a little like...i don't know, thing,, and its a different colr the the memory card and it's on the top corner of one side of the memory card and you just have to switch it up or down, whatever it wasn't on before.
Some cameras have permanent memory chips where they store the pictures until you download them. A memory card is a removable "card" which is basically a portable mass storage device that you can take out and plug in to your computer and download your pictures or some printers have slots to put them …in and print your pics.. (MORE)
Most Canons use SD cards. There could be variations, though, especially if it is an older camera.
Most Sony consumer grade cameras use Memory Sticks. Some use both those and SD cards. SanDisk manufactures both. However, you must make sure you have the right type.
In fact what you can use any kind of memory card, but you have to choose the best quality. I think wii memory card is very good. If you are interested in it, you may have a look. http://www.dinodirect.com/Wii-Accessories/Wii-Memory-Cards/
To clear memory card,you could format the memory card or put in your laptop and delete it
>>>You have to use an SD card for the wii. As for the camera it doesn't matter as long as it uses an SD card for picture saves
It would seem that this camera is not compatible with the high-capacity SD cards, such as SDHC or SDXC, and since the highest capacity of data on a standard SD card is 2 GB, then that would be the limit.
There are different types of chips for cameras so I would not call them universal.
You can use it if they are both SD cards or if they both are MSPD or MMC or xD etc. You can look in argos catalogue or another catalogue and it will tell you the format that you can use for that camera. Hope this helps.
SanDisk is a brand of memory card. The Canon A540 takes a certain type of card, see its instrucvtion book, probably it's a CompactFlash, but it may be a SecureDigital (SD). Take the camera to a pghoto retsailer and get the right card - many cameras are fussy about just which manifestation of card th…ey can accept. SanDisk will almost certainly make a card to suit your camera. (MORE)
Cameras use SD cards. If it is too small, they usually come with a slot adapter which you put in the card in. Then you put the adapter in an SD port, assuming your computer has an SD port. If it does not, then you must connect it via other means such as USB.
There will be a hatch on the side or the base, flick it open, and either push the memory card until it unlocks or press the slide in the direction of the arrow. Your best bet is to get hold of a manual for your particular model (try the manufacturer's website if you don't have one - they can ofte…n be downloaded free). (MORE)
tengo una tarjeta sdhc sandisk de 32 gb de calidad 10 y no me funciona. En la cÃ¡mara de video SONY X1 me pone el siguiente dialogo: the tarjet wil be repaird. Intento formatear la tarjeta y me dice que the tarjet can't be formated, si alguien me puede dar una soluciÃ³n, muchas gracias.
It depends mostly on what card your using, the docking port for most SD's will fit in most digital camera's. So yes, it's worth a try
Yes, But you must Format the memory card. You can do this by inserting it in the PSP then go to Settings/ System Settings/ Format Memory Stick This will delete everything on the memory card and make folders for the PSP. Basically it formats it so that the PSP knows where everything is …such as MUSIC, VIDEOS, or PICTURES. Again it will work at no risk. But I'm warning you it will delete everything on the memory card so if it's your camera's memory card you might want to transfer the Files to another storage device or computer. (MORE)
After a bit of digging around - the consensus appears that the datarate is 25MB/s
If it is a SD or SDHC card, then yes you can as I believe Kodak and Canon use them. The card typically has it's name on the front of it.
The Sony Cyber-shot DSCW290 uses a Memory Stick Pro Duo card to store pictures and movies plus audio.
please add more detail on type of memory card and type of Kodak camera It will probably work
Well there are all different types of memory cards so they will all be different prices but the most common price is about $5,$6,and $7 dollars
The memory card for a camera is called a "san disk for cameras"! U can get it at sears, best buy, office depot, walmart, and etc...
Yes you can - there's a number of ways you can do it:- Use a USB cable to connect the camera directly to the notebook, or If the notebook has one, insert the memory card into the multimedia slot, or Use a USB adapter (which is how I do it) - insert the card into the adapter and insert the adapt…er into a spare USB port. Most versions of Windows will recognise the memory card or the camera as '...an external mass-storage device...' and you should be able to 'drag & drop' the pictures you need. (MORE)
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Sadly when you buy the camera it doesn't come with a card. I would suggest getting at least 2gb memory for your sd card, 8gb if you plan on taking more video.
Look for the format option on the camera or use your computer to format the SD card if you have a card reader
The canon t2i uses secure digital (SD) memory cards. The GB size you choose is up to you. Since the canon t2i shoots video you will need a high speed SD card.
It actually depends on what camera you are using, each camera has their own memory requirements.
It may be in a place in your camera that has an opening, not the place to charge, but a bigger place perhaphs. In the corner there is a little card, 1 inch-2 and that may be, if there is nothing there, Then you bought the camera without the memory card best place to buy them : Best Buy, Rite Aid, i …suggest technologys places ! (MORE)
Look for places that sell cameras, or possibly phones. Specialist stores should have them, but supermarkets might sell them more cheaply.
The Fuji s9000 Sandisk compact fash card is used to store digital photos that are taken on a Fuji camera. A person can then insert the card to load photos to their computer.
To delete the information from a memory card, you need to plug it into a device and move all the items on the memory card over to the trash can on that device. This will delete it from the memory card.
A canon memory card for your camera can be purchase at ebay or amazon or even at their corporate canon website. You may also try target or walmart stores.
If both accept the same type of memory card, no problem at all. Your digital camera and phone manual should indicate the type of memory card that is suitable to them.
Camera memory cards are used in digital camera to store all of the data for the photos. The information can then be transferred onto a computer to allow the photos to be shared or viewed.
The Sandisk memory card is a microSD card often used in cameras and phones to store data. It is currently offered in 64 GB, 32 GB, 16 GB, and 8 GB options.
For anyone who would be interested in purchasing a SanDisk MicroSD 4GB memory card you can do so by going to either Walmart or Amazon. There are lots of other places also including Best Buy.
Sandisk SDHC memory cards are available at PC World, Curry and at Argos. But it tends to be more expensive in store, therefore try eBay, as it is a lot cheaper for a higher memory capacity.
Memory cards for a Canon Digital XTI camera can be purchased from Amazon. These items will also be available from local high street photography store.
The most common uses of a SanDisk 8GB memory stick are storage of pictures, files and various documents. A SanDisk 8GB memory stick is designed for long term storage.
The highest capacity memory card available to use with a Canon digital camera is one that has a 8GB size. This card can be purchased at Walmart or Target for about $15.
One can find Canon memory cards at big box retailers such as Walmart and Target. One can also find Canon memory cards at drugstores such as Walgreen and Shopper's Drug Mart. These cards can be purchased at online shopping sites as well.
The data transfer rate of a Sandisk Compact Flash 8 GB memory card is 10/MB per second minimum. This memory card is geared towards serious photographers that take many pictures quickly.