Question about Cameras
I just had this same problem with my lumix .i checked my manual , and discovered that there is a switch on the side of the actual memory card . if this is not the solution , there is a protect mode in the camera menu which may be on . for supprt email
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Posted on Dec 12, 2008
What are you trying to do with the card?
remove the card from the camera,by opening the compartment its in,press and it should pop up/out, then:
if you are trying to wipe the pictures off,then there is a little bit on the side of the card that protects it from being wiped! slide this in the opposite direction,and voila! problem solved
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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