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After a short holiday I down loaded on to my laptop 150 pictures via usb, then edited my camera to erase 50 or so. I took the memeroy card to a local store to have some prints done, the assistant put my card in to a mahine waited 5 mins and said there was nothing on the card. I took the card home putting it back in my camera and all the pictures are there. Can you help.

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Can you take a picture in black and white and have one object in the picture in color?

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Can you write your pics to a CD then take that for printing. I have had same probs with CF cards in my Nikon 8700, any editing of the card can, but not always, prevent the images being found.

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