I have an almost brand new canon digital camera, put in the second SD card and it won't come out. I "popped" it and it comes out a little, but its stuck - won't come out all of the way. Didn't want to pull it out. Any suggestions? Bought it at Best Buy who said they would take a look at it and am heading out that way and I called the manufacturer who said, send it in, but never heard of such a thing.
I headed over to Best Buy (where we purchased the camera) and they pulled it out. . . though they said it could damage the card - it didn't. The problem: the SD card was one that split in the middle so you could plug it directly into the usb in your computer and it was crooked. Don't use those SD cards. Good luck!
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The G3 can use SD, SDHC, and SDXC cards. As far as your camera is concerned, the only differences between them are size. SD cards go up to 2GB, SDHC cards go from 4GB to 32GB, and SDXC cards go from 64GB to 2TB.
The speed of the card won't matter much for shooting stills. For videos you'll want at least Class 4. As for the brand, stick with any of the major brands and you'll be fine.
Try another type of SD card as the Canon camera are very choosy with regards to SD card.
All I want to say that, not all SD card will work on Canon camera.
Or if you insist of using your SD card you have to format it in your computer using Canon formatting software which is downloadable in the website.
It is possible that the card may be corrupt or damaged, you could try to get a Canon SD card and try that , I'm guessing that the camera came with a Canon SD card when it was new?. The Micro Center SD cards come with a 3 year limited warranty so try contacting them, personally I use Kingston SD cards.
Hi, I'm sorry to tell that PowerShot SD 630 does not support SDHC cards over 2 gig. If you want the camera to take a card over 2 gig then you are stuck standard SD cards. The other camera does support the card because it's a higher model.
There are only two types of SD cards. MiniSD and SD. No matter what brand of SD card you buy they are all the same size and compatibility and same thing goes for the MiniSD cards no matter what brand MiniSD card you buy they are all the same size and compatibility. It is the wonders of standardization, anyone that uses the SD or MiniSD name they must produce all their cards to certain specs.
I know you did not buy a SD card and try to put it into a MiniSD slot, that is impossible (unless you used a hammer). The card just got stuck, or maybe you put the card in the wrong slot? My camera's ION battery looks close to my SD card. Anyway your going to have to remove it and you are going to have to use force if needed. I would use needle nose pliers (just don't squeeze THAT hard) use just enough force to pull it out and try not to wiggle it out.