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SD CARD REMOVED SD CARD,,,,,TO MAKE PRINTS,,,,SHOT COUPLE FLICKS ON INTERNAL MEMORY ,RETURNED SD CARD,,,,,CARD GOT WYPED,,??? PROB SO DON'T HAPPEN AGAIN,,THANKS SAM

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If I remember correctly, when you insert an SD card, it "hides" the camera's internal memory. There should be an camera option for copying the files from the internal memory onto the inserted SD card. If not, you could try connecting the camera to your computer with the SD card removed, in order to access the files in the internal memory.

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