Take Out and Insert the SD Card on T4i

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You're watching VisiHow. In this video, we're going to show how to insert and remove an SD card on your Canon T4i, or 650D as it is known internationally, camera.


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Steps

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    Turn the camera with the right side facing you
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    You will see the card-slot cover where it reads "CARD OPEN".
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  2. 2
    To open the card-slot cover, move it to the left until it clicks
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  3. 3
    Then, gently turn the card-slot cover end to reveal the SD card slot
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    There is an SD card in the card slot in this video.
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    To remove the SD card, push the card in and it will pop out slightly
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    You can remove the card by taking its end and gently pulling it out
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    To insert the SD card, put it into the card slot with the metallic side with the contacts facing to the front of the camera
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    Push the card into the slot until it is locked
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    You will hear a slight click when the card locks.
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    Once the SD card is locked, you can close the card-slot cover again
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This was a tutorial on how to take out and put the SD card into the card slot on the Canon 650D, or T4i as it is known in the U.S., camera. If you have any questions or comments, please leave them in the space below. Thanks for watching VisiHow!

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