Question about Cameras
I think the key is telling you that the video card is locked/ write protected. Assuming its an SD card. Take it out of the camera and look at the left hand side, there should be a notch that you can slide up and down, move it to unlock. If the notch is broken, cover it with a small piece of tape. Rather like we used to with cassette and VCR tapes.
If its not the card, then you may have photo/file protection switched in on your camera, you'll have to go throught the menu settings.
Posted on Oct 13, 2010
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