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The Brother P-Touch label makers have a thin label. I have the PT-1290, which is many years old and still going. It has multiple font sizes, but it depends on how much text you want to put on it. I've used it to number my SD and Compact Flash memory cards. I've had no problems with the labels in multiple cameras and card readers. I'll reiterate what many ...


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I know a trick First of all you cut up a piece of paper and after writing on it with pencil you put a layer of transparent adhesive tape which goes around the SD card wrapping the paper to the SD card This is how the final result looks like. What makes this method better is the fact that you can use any kind of pen or pencil that works on paper. I have ...


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SD card slots have little clearance. Putting additional labels on the cards risks the card getting stuck in the slot. Or the label rubbing off inside the slot. Or the slot being damaged. Consider purchasing cards that already have a blank area on the label for writing. Another option is to put the cards into envelopes, sleeves, or card holders that have ...


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They sell SD cards with labels. Have you looked to see if you can buy labels separately?


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Another option would be to create a zip file of each photo with a different password. Pretty much any program that makes zip files has an option for adding password protection to it. It would be somewhat laborious. You could use a smaller, resized version of the image as the index on the website, and then link it to the zip so that it downloads when they ...


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