Question about Cameras
Your camera should be capable of reading and writing on SD and SDHC cards. Don't use SDXC cards. They are to big and your camera can't use them.
Just check if all contacts in the camera, are straight and shiny. Only a spec of dust on only one contact can spoil all the fun. A bent contact will cause the same. All contacts should be clean, shiny and straight. Sometimes people place little stickers on a memory card. If only just a little bit of the sticker comes on one contact you are in trouble. Then you should check if you did not place the lock switch in the lock position. This will prevent the camera to write anything to the card. Always format new memory cards in your camera, before you use them.
The lock switch should be like on the card on the left.
Posted on Apr 25, 2014
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