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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.
  • 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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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.
  • 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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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.
  • 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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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.
  • 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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