Question about Cameras
I mean its in the sd card but not shows in the camera??
No. As I stated in my original comment, many cameras will not display pictures not taken with that camera (or at least a similar camera). This is mainly out of self-defense. If the picture came from outside the camera then the camera has no guarantee that it can be displayed safely, so it simply refuses to try.
Posted on Apr 19, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: My Fuji digital camera model Finepix Z20 is showing a protected card message when I insert both my old SD card and my new SD card. My old SD card was working fine yesterday but now it says protected c
This is a common problem that many people experience with their SD Cards.
It is normally an easy fix and you can follow a method that I posted on my tips here:
Please feel free to let me know if this was helpful!
Posted on Nov 29, 2010
SOURCE: memory card stuck in camera slot
No need for pliers! I was able to eject the memory card by sliding a packing knife along the edge of the memory card. The blade was very thin, narrow, and long. I'm not sure if a regular box cutting knife blade would do. I've been able to eject the memory card with ease about a dozen times using this method.
Since I can't eject the SD card on the go, I use the USB cable to download images from the camera. Glad to know I can remove this when absolutely necessary, but sure wish I could remove anytime I'd like.
Posted on May 11, 2008
SOURCE: took sd card out to
I suggest that you make sure that you have successfully copied the photos to your computer from the SD card and then use the camera's format feature to reformat the SD card for the camera.
There's really no reason that you need to keep all of your photos on the SD card all of the time. As long as you backup your pictures and other data on your computer regularly, they will remain safe.
I found that the directions to format the SD card appear on page 75 of the user manual for this camera (click here for manual).
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Posted on May 03, 2011
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