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A lot of older Canon cameras have problems with SDXC cards due to the lack of exFAT support. This isn’t a problem in your case since your camera is SDHC compatible, so you can still find memory cards without too much trouble. HOWEVER

HOWEVER
, this will gradually become an issue as SDXC cards become more common as the cameras that support them replace the old ones that don’t. Do not assume something will work unofficially with Canon; it probably won’t. Most of the really old cameras without HC support were shelved years ago and often come up years later after the owners forgot about the camera.
A lot of older Canon cameras have problems with SDXC cards due to the lack of exFAT support. This isn’t a problem in your case since your camera is SDHC compatible, so you can still find memory cards without too much trouble. HOWEVER

HOWEVER
, this will gradually become an issue as SDXC cards become more common as the cameras that support them replace the old ones that don’t. Do not assume something will work unofficially with Canon; it probably won’t. Most of the really old cameras without HC support were shelved years ago and often come up years later after the owners forgot about the camera.
 
The first thing I’d check is what your camera supports vs the card you purchased. It’s possible you bought an SDXC card and you’re now finding out your camera outright lacks the ability to even try and use these cards. As a general rule with Canon, they do not leave unofficially supported features in their camera so the odds of support being found on many of the older cameras is very unlikely; anything not listed is done at your own risk. You will need to find a camera with proper SDXC support to use this card if you do not want to return it or put it in the package and hold onto it.
 
Follow this for buying a card
 
* SD cards only go up to 8GB. Smaller cards were removed from production years ago. These are nearly impossible to find.
* SDHC runs from 8-32GB. These are readily available.
* SDXC is 64GB+. These do not work in most old cameras because exFAT is mandatory.

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A lot of older Canon cameras have problems with SDXC cards. As SDXC support becomes more common, traditional retailers who still sellcards due to the lack of exFAT support. This isn’t a problem in your case since your camera is SDHC class cards are becoming less common. Ifcompatible, so you purchased one of these cards,can still find memory cards without too much trouble. HOWEVER, this will gradually become an issue as SDXC cards become more common as the rule with Canon is unless it's EXPLICITLY stated incameras that support them replace the specs,old ones that don’t. Do not assume something will work unofficially with Canon; it probably won't work. They never leave hidden unofficialwon’t. Most of the really old cameras without HC support in my experiencewere shelved years ago and often come up years later after the owners forgot about the camera.
A lot of older Canon cameras have problems with SDXC cards. As SDXC support becomes more common, traditional retailers who still sellcards due to the lack of exFAT support. This isn’t a problem in your case since your camera is SDHC class cards are becoming less common. Ifcompatible, so you purchased one of these cards,can still find memory cards without too much trouble. HOWEVER, this will gradually become an issue as SDXC cards become more common as the rule with Canon is unless it's EXPLICITLY stated incameras that support them replace the specs,old ones that don’t. Do not assume something will work unofficially with Canon; it probably won't work. They never leave hidden unofficialwon’t. Most of the really old cameras without HC support in my experiencewere shelved years ago and often come up years later after the owners forgot about the camera.
 
The good newsfirst thing I’d check is what your camera is SDHC compatible, sosupports vs the card you have retail options. This can also be a problem on cameras that arepurchased. It’s possible you bought an SDXC card and you’re now finding out your camera outright lacks the ability to even oldertry and don't support SHDC officially. The majority ofuse these non-SDHC cameras arecards. As a general rule with Canon, they do not leave unofficially supported features in storage and more or less forgotten (withtheir camera so the exceptionodds of support being found on many of the odd one that shows up once inolder cameras is very unlikely; anything not listed is done at your own risk. You will need to find a while)camera with proper SDXC support to use this card if you do not want to return it or put it in the package and hold onto it.
The good newsfirst thing I’d check is what your camera is SDHC compatible, sosupports vs the card you have retail options. This can also be a problem on cameras that arepurchased. It’s possible you bought an SDXC card and you’re now finding out your camera outright lacks the ability to even oldertry and don't support SHDC officially. The majority ofuse these non-SDHC cameras arecards. As a general rule with Canon, they do not leave unofficially supported features in storage and more or less forgotten (withtheir camera so the exceptionodds of support being found on many of the odd one that shows up once inolder cameras is very unlikely; anything not listed is done at your own risk. You will need to find a while)camera with proper SDXC support to use this card if you do not want to return it or put it in the package and hold onto it.
 
The first thing I'd do is check what the camera supports vs whatFollow this for buying a card you have. You can't assume everything will work with older Canon cameras as you can with other brands. If it's not explicitly stated, it's done at your own risk. If it turns out you bought an SDXC card and want

* SD cards only go up
to use it, you'll need8GB. Smaller cards were removed from production years ago. These are nearly impossible to find an older but capable camera like the SX150 which has SDXC support. Just for reference, 8GB can be SD orfind.
*
SDHC while 16-32GB cardsruns from 8-32GB. These are SDHC. 64GB+readily available.
* SDXC is 64GB+. These do not work in most old cameras because exFAT
is always SDXCmandatory.
The first thing I'd do is check what the camera supports vs whatFollow this for buying a card you have. You can't assume everything will work with older Canon cameras as you can with other brands. If it's not explicitly stated, it's done at your own risk. If it turns out you bought an SDXC card and want

* SD cards only go up
to use it, you'll need8GB. Smaller cards were removed from production years ago. These are nearly impossible to find an older but capable camera like the SX150 which has SDXC support. Just for reference, 8GB can be SD orfind.
*
SDHC while 16-32GB cardsruns from 8-32GB. These are SDHC. 64GB+readily available.
* SDXC is 64GB+. These do not work in most old cameras because exFAT
is always SDXCmandatory.

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A lot of older Canon cameras have problems with SDXC cards. As SDXC support becomes more common, traditional retailers who still sell SDHC class cards are becoming less common. If you purchased one of these cards, the rule with Canon is unless it's EXPLICITLY stated in the specs, it probably won't work. They never leave hidden unofficial support in my experience.
 
The good news is your camera is SDHC compatible, so you have retail options. This can also be a problem on cameras that are even older and don't support SHDC officially.hofficially. The majority of these non-SDHC cameras are in storage and more or less forgotten (with the exception of the odd one that shows up once in a while).
The good news is your camera is SDHC compatible, so you have retail options. This can also be a problem on cameras that are even older and don't support SHDC officially.hofficially. The majority of these non-SDHC cameras are in storage and more or less forgotten (with the exception of the odd one that shows up once in a while).
 
The first thing I'd do is check what the camera supports vs what card you have. You can't assume everything will work with older Canon cameras as you can with other brands. If it's not explicitly stated, it's done at your own risk. If it turns out you bought an SDXC card and want to use it, you'll need to find an older but capable camera like the SX150 which has SDXC support. Just for reference, 8GB can be SD or SDHC while 16-32GB cards are SDHC. 64GB+ is always SDXC.

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编辑: Nick ,

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A lot of older Canon cameras have problems with SDXC cards. As SDXC support becomes more common, the traditional retailers who still sell SDHC class cards are becoming less common. If you purchased one of these cards, the rule with Canon is unless it's EXPLICITLY stated in the specs, it probably won't work. They never leave hidden unofficial support in my experience.
A lot of older Canon cameras have problems with SDXC cards. As SDXC support becomes more common, the traditional retailers who still sell SDHC class cards are becoming less common. If you purchased one of these cards, the rule with Canon is unless it's EXPLICITLY stated in the specs, it probably won't work. They never leave hidden unofficial support in my experience.
 
The good news is your camera is new enough to support SDHCSDHC compatible, so that's not an issue as it is for some that are even older then what you havehave retail options. This can also be a problem on cameras that are even older. Thankfully, mostolder and don't support SHDC officially.h The majority of these non SDHC capablenon-SDHC cameras are in storage and more or less forgotten (with the exception of the odd one that shows up once in a while).
The good news is your camera is new enough to support SDHCSDHC compatible, so that's not an issue as it is for some that are even older then what you havehave retail options. This can also be a problem on cameras that are even older. Thankfully, mostolder and don't support SHDC officially.h The majority of these non SDHC capablenon-SDHC cameras are in storage and more or less forgotten (with the exception of the odd one that shows up once in a while).
 
The first thing I'd do is check what the camera supports vs what card you have. You can't assume everything will work with older Canon cameras as you can with other brands. If it's not explicitly stated, try itit's done at your own risk. If it turns out you bought an SDXC card and want to use it, you'll need to find aan older but capable camera like the SX150 which has support for these cardsSDXC support. Just for reference, 8GB can be SD or SDHC while 16-32GB cards are SDHC. 64GB and larger64GB+ is always SDXC.
The first thing I'd do is check what the camera supports vs what card you have. You can't assume everything will work with older Canon cameras as you can with other brands. If it's not explicitly stated, try itit's done at your own risk. If it turns out you bought an SDXC card and want to use it, you'll need to find aan older but capable camera like the SX150 which has support for these cardsSDXC support. Just for reference, 8GB can be SD or SDHC while 16-32GB cards are SDHC. 64GB and larger64GB+ is always SDXC.

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A lot of older Canon cameras have problems with SDXC cards. As SDXC support becomes more common, the traditional retailers who still sell SDHC class cards are becoming less common. If you purchased one of these cards, the rule with Canon is unless it's EXPLICITLY stated in the specs, it probably won't work.
 
The good news is your camera is new enough to support SDHC, so that's not an issue as it is for some that are even older then what you have. This can also be a problem on cameras that are even older. Thankfully, most of these non SDHC capable cameras are in storage and more or less forgotten (with the exception of the odd one that shows up once in a while).
 
The first thing I'd do is check what the camera supports vs what card you have. You can't assume everything will work with older Canon cameras as you can with other brands. If it's not explicitly stated, try it at your own risk. If it turns out you bought an SDXC card and want to use it, you'll need to find a camera like the SX150 which has support for these cards. Just for reference, 8GB can be SD or SDHC while 16-32GB cards are SDHC. 64GB and larger is SDXC.
The first thing I'd do is check what the camera supports vs what card you have. You can't assume everything will work with older Canon cameras as you can with other brands. If it's not explicitly stated, try it at your own risk. If it turns out you bought an SDXC card and want to use it, you'll need to find a camera like the SX150 which has support for these cards. Just for reference, 8GB can be SD or SDHC while 16-32GB cards are SDHC. 64GB and larger is SDXC.

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A lot of older Canon cameras have problems with SDXC cards. As SDXC support becomes more common, the traditional retailers who still sell SDHC class cards are becoming less common. If you purchased one of these cards, the rule with Canon is unless it's EXPLICITLY stated in the specs, it probably won't work.
 
The good news is your camera is new enough to support SDHC, so that's not an issue as it is for some that are even older then what you have. This can also be a problem on cameras that are even older. Thankfully, most of these non SDHC capable cameras are in storage and more or less forgotten (with the exception of the odd one that shows up once in a while).
 
The first thing I'd do is check what the camera supports vs what card you have. You can't assume everything will work with older Canon cameras as you can with other brands. If it's not explicitly stated, try it at your own risk. If it turns out you bought an SDXC card and want to use this SDXC cardit, you'll need to find a camera like the SX150 which has support for these cards.
The first thing I'd do is check what the camera supports vs what card you have. You can't assume everything will work with older Canon cameras as you can with other brands. If it's not explicitly stated, try it at your own risk. If it turns out you bought an SDXC card and want to use this SDXC cardit, you'll need to find a camera like the SX150 which has support for these cards.

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A lot of older Canon cameras have problems with SDXC cards. As SDXC support becomes more common, the traditional retailers who still sell SDHC class cards are becoming less common. If you purchased one of these cards, the rule with Canon is unless it's EXPLICITLY stated in the specs, it probably won't work.
 
The good news is your camera is new enough to support SDHC, so that's not an issue as it is for some that are even older then what you have. This can also be a problem on cameras that are even older. Thankfully, most of these non SDHC capable cameras are in storage and more or less forgotten (with the exception of the odd one that shows up once in a while).
 
The first thing I'd do is check what the camera supports vs what card you have. You can't assume everything will work with older Canon cameras as you can with other brands. If it's not explicitly stated, try it at your own risk. If you want to use this SDXC card, you'll need to find a camera like the SX150 which has support for these cards.
The first thing I'd do is check what the camera supports vs what card you have. You can't assume everything will work with older Canon cameras as you can with other brands. If it's not explicitly stated, try it at your own risk. If you want to use this SDXC card, you'll need to find a camera like the SX150 which has support for these cards.

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A lot of older Canon cameras have problems with SDXC cards and ascards. As SDXC support is becomingbecomes more common, the traditional retailers who still sell SDHC class cards are becoming less common. If you purchased one of these cards, the rule with Canon is unless it's EXPLICITLY stated in the specs, it probably won't work.
A lot of older Canon cameras have problems with SDXC cards and ascards. As SDXC support is becomingbecomes more common, the traditional retailers who still sell SDHC class cards are becoming less common. If you purchased one of these cards, the rule with Canon is unless it's EXPLICITLY stated in the specs, it probably won't work.
 
The good news is your camera is new enough to support SDHC, so that's not an issue as it is for some that are even older then what you have. This can also be a problem on cameras that are even older. Thankfully, most of these non SDHC capable cameras are in storage and more or less forgotten (with the exception of the odd one that shows up once in a while).
 
The first thing I'd do is check what the camera supports vs what card you have. You can't assume everything will work with older Canon cameras as you can with other brands. If it's not explicitly stated, try it at your own risk.

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A lot of older Canon cameras have problems with SDXC cards and as SDXC support is becoming more common, the traditional retailers who still sell SDHC class cards are becoming less common. If you purchased one of these cards, the rule with Canon is unless it's EXPLICITLY stated in the specs, it probably won't work.
 
The good news is your camera is new enough to support SDHC, so that's not an issue as it is for some that are even older then what you have. This can also be a problem on cameras that are even older. Thankfully, most of these non SDHC capable cameras are in storage and more or less forgotten (with the exception of the odd one that shows up once in a while).
The good news is your camera is new enough to support SDHC, so that's not an issue as it is for some that are even older then what you have. This can also be a problem on cameras that are even older. Thankfully, most of these non SDHC capable cameras are in storage and more or less forgotten (with the exception of the odd one that shows up once in a while).
 
The first thing I'd do is check what the camera supports vs what card you have. You can't assume everything will work with older Canon cameras as you can with other brands. If it's not explicitly stated, try it at your own risk.

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A lot of older Canon cameras have problems with SDXC cards and as SDXC support is becoming more common, the traditional retailers who still sell SDHC class cards are becoming less common. If you purchased one of these cards, the rule with Canon is unless it's EXPLICITLY stated in the specs, it probably won't work.
 
The good news is your camera is new enough to support SDHC, so that's not an issue as it is for some that are even older then what you have. This can also be a problem on cameras that are even older. Thankfully, most of these cameras are in storage and more or less forgotten (with the exception of the odd one that shows up once in a while).
 
The first thing I'd do is check what the camera supports vs what card you have. You can't assume everything will work with older Canon cameras as you can with some other brands. If it's not explicitly stated, try it at your own risk.
The first thing I'd do is check what the camera supports vs what card you have. You can't assume everything will work with older Canon cameras as you can with some other brands. If it's not explicitly stated, try it at your own risk.

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A lot of older Canon cameras have problems with SDXC cards and as SDXC support is becoming more common, the traditional retailers who still sell SDHC class cards are becoming less common. If you purchased one of these cards, the rule with Canon is unless it's EXPLICITLY stated in the specs, it probably won't work.

The good news is your camera is new enough to support SDHC, so that's not an issue as it is for some that are even older then what you have. This can also be a problem on cameras that are even older. Thankfully, most of these cameras are in storage and more or less forgotten (with the exception of the odd one that shows up once in a while).

The first thing I'd do is check what the camera supports vs what card you have. You can't assume everything will work with older Canon cameras as you can with some other brands.

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