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SDHC card for Canon G12


Ex plorer

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Hi I am thinking of purchasing the Canon G12.

When I first bought a Canon 40D I also ordered a SDHC card for the camera at the same time.

What I ordered was a Lexar Pro SDHC 6 4GB 133x speed.

Problem was it was far to small to fit the canon 40D.

I reorder this time stating that it was for the canon 40D that I had just purchased.

Will the above Lexer fit the G12?

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anchor

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SDHC cards come in 3 sizes; standard, mini and micro. Look at the physical size section:

click here

It appears that you were supplied with the wrong size card. I doubt that the card you have will fit into the either Canon camera without an adaptor.

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Ex plorer

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anchor, thanks for the information I will buy an adapter just in case.

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hssutton

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The G12 will accept SDHC, so the Card you already have will fit. The 40D requires compactflash, Although as Anchor states you can buy an adaptor.

A pictorial of various memory cards click here

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hssutton

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Link to G12 and specifications click here

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