Question about Cameras
Usually that indicates either a bad card or a card that needs to be reformatted. Use a card reader to reformat the card in your computer and then try it in the camera. If it recognizes the card in the camera then use the camera to format the card again to its requirements. If that fails, try a different memory card.
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