Question about Cameras
Most digital cameras have access doors - behind which can be found: the battery, audio / video jacks, memory cards, USB jacks and more. Depending on the particular brand and model of your camera, you may have one or more such access doors. Digital cameras use memory to store images on - as opposed to film. Most digital cameras have a small amount of non-removable internal memory and a removable memory card. The card may be in one of several different formats, the newer being SD or SDHC. Older styles include CF types. There are others, too.
Without knowing the brand and model camera you have, I can't tell you exactly where to look for the memory card, except that it is likely behind one of the these access doors on the camera body. Though not very common, your camera may also be the type that has no removable memory.
Please reply by providing the brand and model info of your camera.
Posted on Dec 28, 2010
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