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SD protected removal of polaroid 5070

I can not make pictures, every time I am having the SD protected on the camera screen, even if I would to have some video, nothing is working, How I can do for this to be removed.

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  • amatsogni Oct 23, 2008

    We need to have a performance when using Polaroid camera type.

    In the booklet all these of problems should be clarified and explain as well.



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Is your SD card locked unlocking this may help you

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