Sun 09-Dec-12 04:40 PM | edited Sun 09-Dec-12 04:47 PM by mkbee1
That's sort of what I am thinking. A woman that was in a photo class I took worked at a camera repair facility, and told us that interior memory card contact problems were the most frequent repair they did.
I was in a camera shotp in Hawaii, and a fellow brought his Nikon in, saying the memory card contacts inside were farbled. I wondered how you could do that, because it is very difficult to even start inserting the card into my camera the wrong way. I figure the lady must have seen more than a few, because she didn't even hesitate; she told him she'd need to send it to the repair facility.