Question about Nikon Coolpix 8800 Digital Camera
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You can fix this with no out of pocket cost with a "home remedy" by using a shim.
Take a very slim object and place it on the opposite side of the contacts (the front side) in between the camera body and the card. You don't want the object to conduct electricity so make it out of either plastic or a thick cloth. Make it so you can easily retrieve it (so you can take the card out) by attaching a small piece of string to the material. You can coil the excess (but not too much) inside the compartment.
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Posted on Feb 23, 2009
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