A: Scan disk cards are typically made with Nikon cameras in mind, that being said the card should function in your camera without this, but you could check your manual to see what type of cards your Camera requires. Rachel Z. Arndt says, "Your camera probably isn't equipped to read cards larger than 32 gigabytes. The larger cards fall under the SDXC standard, while cards between 4 and 32 GB follow the older SDHC standard. You can use SDHC cards in a device that reads the new SDXC cards, but the newer cards aren't backward-compatible. That's unfortunate, given their high capacities." This being said, check to see if your manual says to use SDHC cards (older sd versions) or the SDXC (newer sd versions). Also you will want to compare this to what is written on the card you purchased. If it doesn't match the recommended card I would take it back and get the appropriate card.
If the camera would allow you, you could attempt to format the card in camera via the camera's menu and see if that will reset the file format setup on the card. If the Camera still can't read it or won't format, I would recommend returning it for a card of the correct format.
A: Set the camera to record at its highest setting, which would be RAW and large jpeg. You will still get around 300 images (I don't recommend filling the card to its total capacity). Your images will be at the highest quality the camera can create.
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