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I need to gather some more information from you in order to help.
Are there any photos at all on the memory card? Do you have a memory slot in your laptop that you can place the card into to determine this?Let me know.Steve
Ok, I understand. Please know that I am not privy to billing issues on this site. I am an independent contractor.
How do you know that there are images on the card? Can you review them on the camera?Let me know.
I am trying but I need time to research the camera and then type my answer.
Hold on please.
That is the site software that is requesting the phone call, not me.Ok, displayed on the rear LCD screen, near the top left corner will be a number.What is it?
Ok, so there is plenty of room on the card for additional files.The camera has it's own small internal memory.
Remove the card and then try and review and see if there are any images in the cameras internal memory.
Ok. Are you 100% sure that when you handed the camera to your friend that the SD card was in the camera? This is a very important question.By the way, you should be able to view the photos in that full memory. Can you do that?
Just press the Playback button as you would normally. It's the button on the back with the sideways triangle.
Ok. If you don't have a computer, you will need to take the camera to a kiosk and find out what photos are in that internal memory. Typically, the internal memory only holds maybe 10-12 photos.I'm a little confused though. I asked you if you were sure that the card was in the camera when your friend took photos of the flowers. You replied that you had printed those out.So you do or do not have photos of the flowers?If you don't, again, are you sure the card was in the camera?
Ok does the computer have a card slot?
Ok, put the card back into the camera and press the playback button. Can you page through the photos on the card?
Then the card is blank.I think another set of eyes may be able to better serve you. I am going to opt out of this question which will allow other camera experts to chime in.
Hold on. It shouldn't be long.Have a good evening.