I have a Canon EOS 300D which has done me fine for the odd bit of photography now and then but it cant really handle anything moving in a dark setting like a wedding, even with an f1.8 lens!. I recently got a job making a video of construction of a building so, as I already have a timelapse controller I thought that was the way to go.
The 4GB card I had would only last around 4 hours at 1 shot per minute. I could have reduced that to one shot per 2 minutes I suppose, or reduce the image quality but as this job clashes with a weeks holiday I decided to look into getting a new, bigger card.
I took the plunge, despite the chances that the 300 would not recognise the 64Gb card. It worked straight away!
64GB Compact Flash card from 7dayshhop.com!
I thought I would post here as I found no-one else who had managed to get one to work. I do have custom firmware on the 300D so maybe that makes the difference. Think I got the firmware from here: http://www.bobatkins.com/photography/digital/digital_rebel_firmware_hack.html
(link to the download on that page).
I reckon at some point I will buy a 5D Mk2 or something similar but at least the 300D is still usable for making videos from timelapse.