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Image 1/3: Begin by holding the camera upside down with the bottom facing you. Identify the housing for the SD card, and battery. Image 2/3: You will use your other hand to slide the lock switch to this housing to the right. This will release the cap, allow it to come upwards. Image 3/3: You will use your other hand to slide the lock switch to this housing to the right. This will release the cap, allow it to come upwards.
  • Make sure to turn the cameras power switch to off before beginning this step.

  • Begin by holding the camera upside down with the bottom facing you. Identify the housing for the SD card, and battery.

  • You will use your other hand to slide the lock switch to this housing to the right. This will release the cap, allow it to come upwards.

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Image 1/3: You will need to press down on the SD card until you hear a click. Release the SD card and it will now be available to remove. Image 2/3: Grip the SD card and pull it out of the SD card slot. Image 3/3: Grip the SD card and pull it out of the SD card slot.
  • Now that the cap to the battery and SD card housing is open, the SD card is visible.

  • You will need to press down on the SD card until you hear a click. Release the SD card and it will now be available to remove.

  • Grip the SD card and pull it out of the SD card slot.

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Image 1/3: You will then need to push down on the SD card until you hear a click. Image 2/3: To ensure the SD card is in place you can visually inspect it. The SD card should be flush with the housing. Image 3/3: To ensure the SD card is in place you can visually inspect it. The SD card should be flush with the housing.
  • To reinsert the SD card place it in its housing.

  • You will then need to push down on the SD card until you hear a click.

    • To ensure the SD card is in place you can visually inspect it. The SD card should be flush with the housing.

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Image 1/3: Close the cap and while holding it down slide the locking tab to the left. This step should lock the cap in place. Image 2/3: Your SD card is now safely in place and you may turn your device on. Image 3/3: Your SD card is now safely in place and you may turn your device on.
  • You may now close the housing for the SD card and battery.

  • Close the cap and while holding it down slide the locking tab to the left. This step should lock the cap in place.

  • Your SD card is now safely in place and you may turn your device on.

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