Question about Canon PowerShot SD110 / IXUS IIs Digital Camera
Usually in digital cameras, or any electronics that take memory cards, they will click in when you push in, but will only click out if you push down again. If this is the case, try getting some object that can reach down to the memory card and push down to release it of it's "lock in" mechanism. Then, take something like tweezers (or something smaller) to try and take it out.
If it is simply a "push in, push out" kind of memory card, go straight for the tweezers (or again, something smaller that can reach).
If worst comes to worst, you could always open up the camera and take it out that way, though there is a risk that you screw something up inside. You just have to be careful of what you touch/mess with.
Posted on Jun 13, 2008
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