Question about Cameras
It means the switch on your SD card is set to the locked position (won't let any pictures be written to it). Just remove the card from the camera, and look on the side of it for a tiny slide switch. Just slide the switch into the other "unlocked" position. Put the card back in the camera and you should be good to go.
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