card readers

  March Wind 13:33 18 Sep 12
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Buying a up to date camera. Will I need to buy a new card reader to cope with the card as it is a much larger. Is so which is the best and cheapest

  Woolwell 13:35 18 Sep 12

I take it that you mean that the card is larger in capacity not size. What is your existing card reader? I will be surprised if the new card doesn't work with the old reader unless you have a very old reader.

  hssutton 14:20 18 Sep 12

If you're using SDHC cards in the new camera then there's a strong possibility you will need a new reader. If you're using compactflash then probably your existing card reader will be ok

  March Wind 14:33 18 Sep 12

Yes I am using a SDHC in a new card reader also the card reader I have is 7 years old.

  March Wind 14:33 18 Sep 12

Yes I am using a SDHC in a new card reader also the card reader I have is 7 years old.

  wiz-king 14:41 18 Sep 12

Cant you just plug the camera into the computer and download the piccies that way?

  March Wind 14:48 18 Sep 12

I expect I could do but prefer to have a card reader. I will go to Jessops the camera shop and see whet they have. Thank you.

  rdave13 14:52 18 Sep 12
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I got a multi one from Asda for a fiver.

  March Wind 10:32 19 Sep 12

Thak you

  bjh 11:36 19 Sep 12

Try this. 7Dayshop is a reliable supplier, albeit not the fastest to deliver... takes about... 7 days!

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