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SD card

When removing the The SD card on my Pen F, there is not a lot of room for my fingers to take it out. It sticks out about 8mm.
Is that normal?
Image taken from above so not the best, card appears to be out more than it is.

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Re: SD card

Yep - totally normal. Use your fingernail against the little ridge where the label stops.
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Re: SD card

Mine's the same, yes. If you pretend it's a tiddlywink though and "snap" it with your fingernail it will fly completely out of the camera!
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Re: SD card

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Mine's the same, yes. If you pretend it's a tiddlywink though and "snap" it with your fingernail it will fly completely out of the camera!
And then you are on your hands and knees for the next 30 minutes trying to find it.....
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Re: SD card

Yes, keep your eye on it, or maybe video the entire operation with your other camera .
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