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Internal memory My pictures are in the internal memory and I do not know how to retrieve them. Can anyone help

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You can only access the internal memory, when there is no card in the camera. So, turn off the camera, remove the card, connect to the computer and save the images to the computer. After checking that images are saved, you can delete the images in the internal memory, before inserting the card again.

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