The max size is 32GB.
This is the limit for all types of SD cards on Arduino. Arduino only supports SD (2GB and less), and SDHC (more than 2GB and up to 32 GB).
Cards larger than 32GB are SDXC and are not supported by arduino libraries.
SDXC cards are pre-formatted with Microsoft's proprietary and patented exFAT file system. Microsoft does not publish the specifications of exFAT and its use requires a non-free license. Therefore I have not attempted to support SDXC cards in SdFat. SdFat is the base library for the Arduino SD.h library.
Ty for the details. I wasn't sure as to how large it would accept. I have only seen tutorials with photos of fairly small cards (2-4g). I just didn't want to end up buying something incompatible and useless to me.
+1 on SDXC, use them on my Nikon D7000 (2x 64g) though full size, not microSD. I am surprised to hear about the Microsoft proprietary format. Shocked that Nikon (Japanese corp) caved and paid M$.
Upon googling, I found this...(not relevant to these forums but pertains to the SDXC). Apparently they can be re-formatted easily so could be supported if reformatted to Fat32.http://www.go4retro.com/tag/sdxc/