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I have a fujifilm digital camera finepix 2650 model. I cannot find my owner's manual and I wish to transfer the camera images to my computer hard drive. Is it possible for you to email the directions? My email address is: acsi.hyppan@cogeco.ca Thank you. W. Hypponen

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Hi: Thanks for making contact with me. You know, my memory clicked in and I was able to make the transfer on my own. Cheers, WH :)

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