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i have the 65 v10 panny and i have a sony cybershot camera and the cards are different .Does anyone make an adapter or something to get my images on the tv without hooking up wires to camera?? thanks in advance
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Hopefully someone will find a adapter.I get asked this question all the time.

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Someone must have run into the same problem.Does everyone buy panasonic cameras?? Let me know folks thanks alot
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i have the 65 v10 panny and i have a sony cybershot camera and the cards are different .Does anyone make an adapter or something to get my images on the tv without hooking up wires to camera?? thanks in advance

If the set has a USB port you could transfer the pix from your computer to a thumb drive?

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Sony is the only camera mfg. that doesn't use SD cards, other than some Olympus and Fujis that use XD, I guess Panny went for the most common format--that used by Canon, Nikon, Samsung, Kodak, Vivatar, GE, and, yes, Panasonic cameras.

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i have the 65 v10 panny and i have a sony cybershot camera and the cards are different .Does anyone make an adapter or something to get my images on the tv without hooking up wires to camera?? thanks in advance

I'm not aware of any adapter that would make the Sony memory card work with the Panasonic TV, but it's possible that someone somewhere makes something. Google it.

But can't you just copy the jpg images from the Sony card to a standard SD card and plug that into the TV?

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That'll teach you to buy anything from Sony or anything that doesn't use an industry standard part.
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There is no adapter that you could get. Just buy an SD card and transfer the photos onto it. That's your best bet.
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