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MicroSD cards are supported provided you use them with an adapter. The 5D Mk III manual says it can use cards over 128GB capacity so I would assume there is no upper limit.


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The Official Canon 5D Mark III website says: Recording Media CF Cards (Type I); Compatible with UDMA CF cards; SD, SDHC, and SDXC Memory Cards Note: No microSD is supported unless you use a microSD-to-SD adapter. It's also worthwhile to mention, a MicroSD-to-SD adapter would not bring any loss of performance (either in writing or reading speeds) since the ...


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It is possible and has been done before but AFAIK not by Leica. Pentax and Canon both did it early on as SDXC was introduced. This added support for large card sizes and also the exFAT file system.


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Buy whatever suits you best. If you have breaks in your shooting style that allow for swapping cards, two cards may be the way to go. If you are shooting high paced events that don't allow a lot of time to swap card, or if you are good at losing small items, one card may be a better choice for you. I know as many photographers who have lost pictures by ...


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I just took a very quick look at the manaul online, and right there on page 3, it says: Compatible Cards The camera can use the following cards regardless of capacity: SD memory cards SDHC memory cards* SDXC memory cards* *UHS-I cards supported. I would advise having a read through the Wikipedia article on SD cards. Card capacities are not the main ...


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Came to confirm that the Micro SD card 256 GB can be used through the adapter to the SD card with the Canon 5D Mark iii camera and can be formatted within the camera. Tested the shooting and brought it to the PC, okay, both raw and jpg.


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Should be firmware because in terms of hardware they are physically the same. That of course doesn't mean that a company will ever actually release the needed update. As an aside, I teach photography and am a professional artist and would suggest that for almost all uses, SDXC cards aren't a good idea (time-lapse being the possible exception). The problem ...


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I had the same issue. It is a possibility that you have indeed some hidden files. To delete them you should format your storage card. On a canon you can do that in the menu. Click on the menu button Go to the wrench icon which is displayed on an orange background. Go to format Enter it by clicking on the set on your camera You can choose to do a low ...


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The clue is in the title of the support article which is "What memory cards have been tested for use in the Nikon D3100?" and not "What memory cards have known to be incompatible with the Nikon D3100?" Nikon are not saying that the 32GB SanDisk cards (SDHC/SDXC) are not compatible, only that Nikon have not tested them. SanDisk appear to have tested their ...


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