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SD Card Issue

Ok so I took pictures without my sd card and it went on the backup memory. You think it would automatically transfer the pictures onto the sd card when you insert it but it hadnt. Does anyone know how to upload photos from my camera to my sd card?

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Usually when you take pictures using NO SD card you can't take the picture, however in this case the pictures you took are stored in a memory bank temp only to test the picture your actually taking. In the manual what's the size of the built in memory card? Usually it's small amount of memory built in

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