Introduction

This guide will show you how take out the SD card, which stores pictures and videos.

Tools

No tools required.

Parts

No parts required.

Image 1/2: If the camera is on, rotate the power switch on top of the camera counterclockwise to turn the camera off. Image 2/2: If the camera is on, rotate the power switch on top of the camera counterclockwise to turn the camera off.
  • We need to turn off the camera because we are removing components that could get damaged if the power is still on.

  • If the camera is on, rotate the power switch on top of the camera counterclockwise to turn the camera off.

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Image 1/1: Slide the switch on the bottom of the camera grip towards the lens to open the battery door.
  • Flip the camera over such that the power switch points down.

  • Slide the switch on the bottom of the camera grip towards the lens to open the battery door.

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  • With the battery door open, push the blue lever in the battery compartment to release the battery.

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Image 1/1: Pull the card out with your fingers.
  • To the left of the battery compartment, the SD card needs to be pushed down slightly with your fingers, which will cause the card to eject.

  • Pull the card out with your fingers.

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Conclusion

To replace the SD card, press the card into the slot until it clicks. It will stay on its own. If it doesn't go in all the way, make sure the gold contacts are down and towards the battery door.

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