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I have a p2000 Epson and I use it to view my Nikon D90 photos. My husband bought a p4000 to store his images for viewing. But we have found a problem. He uses Olympus xd memory cards and they just won't fit. It seems he needs an adapter but I am not sure which one or where to buy, . Can anyone give me advice about this?
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You could potentially seek out an XD to Compact Flash adapter? But I'm not sure how easy they are to find.
Alternatively does it support plugging in a USB card reader that reads XD memory cards? Or direct USB connection from the camera?
One of these would possibly do the trick
Thanks I am going to try all suggestions. It seems that xd memory cards are now obsolete. I got round the problem by copying to the pc then on to an SD card. It works but ....
Thanks for your answers.
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