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I'm going to suggest a different path: teach him to use the camera. My son went through the same excitement about pushing each button multiple times, and one time I had to do a full reset because I couldn't figure out how to undo some of the things he changed! My son had the camera in front of him since, well, he was born. I quickly figured out that when ...


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Locking the memory card (with the little slider) should do it. Rene's second-card solution seems good too, but I'd worry that with buttons being pressed quickly at random, it'd be easy to delete all or even format the card. An even better approach might be to use an eyefi card to automatically upload your photos as they are taken. That way, it doesn't ...


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You could make a cover to fit over that button.


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Nikon cameras (at least my D300 and D7100) have a lock button. Pressing this button will protect an image from accidental deletion. Review an image on your camera and press the lock button (the one with a key symbol) to protect the image.. Alternatively, you can setup your camera to make a backup copy on the second memory card. Deleting an image, is only ...



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