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My son has given me his camera i would hate to delete anything he may have stored so i would like to know the procedier to open the memory

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Remove the existing memory card and keep if for safe keeping. Purchase another memory card - and plug it in. You would need to format the card and use it. Memory cards are cheap nowadays. If your son requires his photos then replace the old card and you can view all the images that he had stored in it. As for yourself you might as well use your OWN memory card.

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