Question about Cameras
Easiest way would be to use the card reader in your computer if you have one if not a usb plug in card reader/writer is very cheap (just a few pounds these days) and can usually deal with a viriety of card type/sizes
Copy off card 1 to computer then insert card 2 and copy onto
Posted on Oct 11, 2008
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