11-06-2017 03:59 AM
11-06-2017 04:30 AM
Check the memory card switch. Do not use micro-SD cards with adapters. Stick to only full size cards. Check the slot for a foreign object, too.
11-06-2017 07:55 AM
11-06-2017 06:50 PM
The memory card switch is not locked. I checked the switch multiple times. The issue still persists and is not resolved. I tried with two full size cards and one with micro SD card as well. In the initial stage it said that the memory card can't be detected and when I blow air inside the memory card slot thinking something stuck it changed the error to "MEMORY CARD SWITCH IS SET TO LOCK"
It appears that the sensor for the card is stuck. I don't have this camera so I don't know for certain but the sensor might be as simple as a spring loaded pin. I suggest that you shine a light and take a closer look and try to free the pin. If the sensor is optical, look for some debris that might have blocked it. I'd use a soft brush and clean the area...
11-07-2017 01:58 AM
11-07-2017 02:04 AM
11-07-2017 04:50 AM
No. I tried the solution which you have said but the issue still persists. I guess it would be a better option if I get in touch with the service center because my camera is still under warranty phase.
I did not ask about the size of the cards. The 1200D/T6 works best with 32 GB cards. Stick to brands made by major manufacturers, like Lexar or Sandisk. Personally, I have had problems with thumb drives from DNY, so I avoid them now.
11-07-2017 11:05 AM
"It appears that the sensor for the card is stuck."
This is the most likely cause. There is a little spring that goes into the notch on the SD card. This little spring is not in your case. Look at your SD card a note the location of that notch. In the corresponding place in the camera SD slot you can easily see that spring.
You probably got dirt or dust or soda pop in there!