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Yes, this works great in my 3DS XL! :)
By M. Pureka on December 26, 2013
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Yes SanDisk SDHC memory cards between 4GB and 32GB are comparable.
By DSKONLINE on August 28, 2014
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It can but you will need to reformat it to FAT32. http://lofi-gaming.org.uk/blog/2013/10/25/updated-how-to-upgrade-your-3ds-sd-card-to-64gb-and-beyond/
By Retrogamer198 on March 5, 2014
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Absolutely! I just got mine for my 3DS and it works wonderfully. In fact, you can go up to 32 gigs, and can modify even larger cards to work, though it isn't officially supported by Ninendo.
By Chalky Leigh on January 2, 2014
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There's no difference at all. Flash is just a fancy adjective to describe the card and make people think its faster. There is a difference between USB flash drives and SD cards, however. USB drives can only fit in the USB ports on computer while SD cards fit into the long skinny port on the computer. Then the SD cards … see more There's no difference at all. Flash is just a fancy adjective to describe the card and make people think its faster. There is a difference between USB flash drives and SD cards, however. USB drives can only fit in the USB ports on computer while SD cards fit into the long skinny port on the computer. Then the SD cards are also broken down into SD and MicroSd(just a smaller version of an SD card used in phones and some cameras). see less There's no difference at all. Flash is just a fancy adjective to describe the card and make people think its faster. There is a difference between USB flash drives and SD cards, however. USB drives can only fit in the USB ports on computer while SD cards fit into the long skinny port on the computer. Then the SD cards are also broken down into SD and MicroSd(just a smaller version of an SD card used in phones and some cameras).
By Matt Walsh on December 16, 2013
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It has fit all our devices that use these, so check what you have, the 64gb shouldn't matter.
By Sandy J on January 21, 2016
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All SD cards should have the same physical appearance. The main differences are storage capacity and write speed. If your camera does indeed use a 2gig card, I see no reason to use a card of larger capacity. If you run out of space, get more cards, maybe trying a 4 gig card. But yes if your camera is designed to … see more All SD cards should have the same physical appearance. The main differences are storage capacity and write speed. If your camera does indeed use a 2gig card, I see no reason to use a card of larger capacity. If you run out of space, get more cards, maybe trying a 4 gig card. But yes if your camera is designed to use SD cards, Sandisk is a good choice. see less All SD cards should have the same physical appearance. The main differences are storage capacity and write speed. If your camera does indeed use a 2gig card, I see no reason to use a card of larger capacity. If you run out of space, get more cards, maybe trying a 4 gig card. But yes if your camera is designed to use SD cards, Sandisk is a good choice.
By T G Columbus on April 2, 2014
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I am not sure if it works on your camera. I purchased this for a Canon EOS 1100D camera and it worked. I would suggest you contact the manufacturer for your camera. They might be able to come up with a better answer.
By Caroline Hadlow on January 7, 2013
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Class has to do with the card speed when filming video. 2 is slowest and good for standard video recording. 10 is the highest class, thought there are other faster cards for specialized equipment.
See: http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2388408,00.asp.

By Joy on June 21, 2015
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It worked for my 3DS. It should work for your 3DS, too.
By Devin on September 21, 2014