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Leroy 03-17-2012 01:34 PM

camera sd cards?
 
i just aquired 2 Bushnell cameras,used with no info except whats on the inside,
Im not an expert on computer stuff and need to know what SD cards should be used in these. i see there are a few differences in them and i am kinda confused.
any help appreciated.
thanks:Leroy

timberghost 03-17-2012 03:03 PM

Any SD card will be sufficient enough. The higher the GB the more pics and video you can gather on them. The only tough thing is to just get your camera programmed with the time/date and settings. If you don't have any instructions it may be very difficult. Good Luck and welcome to the DHC.

tomlightfield 03-17-2012 04:20 PM

Welcome Leroy: I would look on Bushnell's website and see if they might have an online manual to give you a little help.

Leroy 03-17-2012 05:00 PM

i will check on Bushnell site but these cameras have no model or any other info on them.
Thanks for the info

Scorpion8 03-18-2012 02:07 AM

Be advised that not every SD-based digital camera can handle "any" SD card. Some can only take up-to-1GB, or some can use 2 GB or higher. You really need the documentation or else it is trial and error. Most these days can take at least 2GB cards, which are plentiful and cheap.

tomlightfield 03-18-2012 09:10 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Scorpion8 (Post 68588)
Be advised that not every SD-based digital camera can handle "any" SD card. Some can only take up-to-1GB, or some can use 2 GB or higher. You really need the documentation or else it is trial and error. Most these days can take at least 2GB cards, which are plentiful and cheap.

Good info, I know my older Cuddeback can only take up to a 2GB card, the newer Moultrie goes to either 32 or 64 GB.

timberghost 03-18-2012 12:15 PM

OOPS, my bad.

tomlightfield 03-18-2012 05:37 PM

TGHOST, you can err all you want, who's gonna argue with 'ya?:boxing:Besides, you could always just run 'em over with a D9!!?? HAHAHA!!

tator 03-19-2012 10:39 AM

Typically if you go with a SD card that is 2GB that is more than enough. I also recommend that if your computer (which you'll be viewing your pics on) is an older one, you may want to stay away from SDHC cards. The HC stands for High Capacity. Some older computer won't read them correctly and it can lead to ALOT of frustration- I know, been there. SD cards work just as well as the HC ones,,, don't know what all the hoopla is about- a bunch of 10 y/o nerds sitting around making us pay more money for two extra letters.. HC

gfdeputy2 03-20-2012 05:44 AM

Funny Tator & you were blaming the camera
FIGURES LOL


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