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Old Apr 7, 2008, 2:29 PM   #1
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Hello all, three Q's, (1)theres a 16GB SD HC High Capacity class 6 card out, willit work on the Sanyo HD700??

I have found a dealer and on there website it says this - (2) Please make sureyour devices can support SDHC 2.0 does it??

(3) It uses FAT32 i have XP is this a Problem??

Capacity: 16GB
File System: FAT32
Feature: Enhanced DSC function & flawlessly video recording
Compatibility: All devices with SD 2.0 or SDHC logo
Speed Rate: Class 6


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Old Apr 8, 2008, 9:11 AM   #2
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1) Yes, it should. Note however that some cheaper "off" brands may have problems... in other words when it somes to SDHC, all cards are not created equal. Another thing: Always buy from a reputable dealer... There are a lot of fake branded cards out there (especially on ebay). Also make sure it's at least Class 4 or higher.

2) Yes.

3) No, it won't be a problem. FAT32 is the filesystem used by all SDHC cards (it's part of the SDHC specification). You should be aware however that regular SD card readers will not read an SDHC card... You'll need an SDHC card reader unless you are transfering the files via the usb port within the HD700 docking station.

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Old Apr 8, 2008, 11:25 AM   #3
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Hello uglybassplayer, thanks very much for your reply, will buy from Amazon or similir.



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