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The FinePix 6900 Zoom uses SmartMedia (3.3v) for image storage, and
a 16MB card is supplied with the camera. Upgrades are available up to 128MB.
The entire SmartMedia card can be write-protected by placing a small sticker
on the indicated area of the card. Write-protection stickers can only be used
once, and they must be clean to be effective. Individual images can be protected
through the Playback menu, which prevents them from being accidentally deleted
(except through card formatting).
Charge the batteries by plugging any 5 volt (1.5 or 2 amp output) transformer directly into the side of the camera. Many Fuji transformers have the same plug as well as some old Kodaks and Ricohs; and I have also used the charging transformer/cables from my TomTom GPS (home and auto) to re-charge various Porsche-design Fujis and equivalent Leica Digilux cameras.