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  1. Hello, first time posting here. Hope someone can help... Please see the attached pic, which says: "Image Database File error, Recover?" I own two cameras: the sony nex-5R and the A6000. This message appeared when I took the same SD card out of the 5R (after shooting with it and then formatting it) and then put it into the A6000. Then other SD cards, which I had NOT put into the 5R started to give me the same message in the A6000. Weird. I reformatted ALL my SD cards within the A6000 and they seem to work OK, but I'm just concerned I corrupted or damaged the cards--or worse, the camera! I researched a bit online and someone remarked they got the same message after switching the same SD card from a Canon 6D to a sony A6000, but I could not find a reason. What is this message? Can anyone shed some light? Any help is appreciated. Thanks kindly.
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