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How to switch from extended memory card

This is my first time use camcoder and I want to inquire how to which from internal to extended memry card since the internal memory have 3 minutes 32 seconds memry only. The model of the Mitsuba camcorder is HDC-8800 12.0 mega pixels

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Go to options>memory> there will be a setting that say "internal" or "external" click on external and then you'll be on the SD Card's memory

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- Turn off camera
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- Take a look on the switch of the memory card itself
* If it's at the TOP = card is UNLOCKED
* If it's at the BOTTOM = card is LOCKED

- So, you just have to make sure that the switch is at the top
for the memory card to be UNLOCKED

After doing that, you just have to put back the memory card to your camera and turn on the camera. Try to check if this works.

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