Just for info I found that there are (at least) two types of micro SD socket, the front entry type where you push the card in and then push it again and it pops out and a flip-up type where you place the car on top of the connector and then drop a cover down and slide it to lock. The front entry type has the pins underneath and I found placing and soldering these almost impossible by hand. The flip-up type, whilst not as easy to insert and remove the card, is much easier to solder because you can see the connectors when the cover is flipped up.The distance does not appear to be too great.
Wiring these connectors can be a major PITA. My success rate was near chance until I found cheap breakout boards on EBay.
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