First I think you'll need to know what SD card format the Panasonic requires.
If it's a standard format like FAT32 it should be easy, but if it's some sort of weird proprietary Panasonic format it might be a bit more tricky. Since you're just viewing still images I'll guess that a plain old class 2 speed rating should be sufficient. But you should probably check the Panasonic owner's manual if possible (get the model no. and try a web search).
Gaspard de Coligny wrote:Buy dirst cheap sd card, put into TV, tell TV to format the card, use card in computer. Telly certainly run linux kernel, avoid gif, try jpg, tiff, png.
Link.Computers and other products purchased before 2008 may not be SDHC compatible. Computers and other products purchased before 2007 are not SDHC compatible. If the card reader slot on your computer does not have the SDHC logo, it is most likely not SDHC compatible and will only read cards up to 2GB capacity.
Hammer wrote:Oh ... if you're going to be there yourself, why not just take a laptop with the pics loaded on it (with the appropriate video adaptor) and plug it straight into the TV's video or HDMI inputs?
CrankyBastard wrote:Hammer wrote:Oh ... if you're going to be there yourself, why not just take a laptop with the pics loaded on it (with the appropriate video adaptor) and plug it straight into the TV's video or HDMI inputs?
Good idea, but I'm already going to be loaded down with an iPad, and I was thinking if the SD card works, I could hand out pre-loaded cards to the guys to take home. Which has got me thinking about USB flash now, too.
CrankyBastard wrote:Problem solved. Many thanks to you guys for the invaluable input.
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