Question about Cameras
Without knowing what kind of camera you have, this will be sort of a generic explanation, and I'm going to assume your computer runs on Windows.
You can delete pictures from the camera one at a time using the camera's controls - the exact procedure varies from one camera to the next, and you'll need to consult the manual. But it's easier and faster to delete them while the camera (or its memory card) is connected to the computer.
If you connect the camera to the computer with a USB cable, the camera will appear like a portable drive. Same goes if you take the camera's memory card out and plug it into a reader on the computer. Just open Windows Explorer or My Computer and look for the new drive. It will probably be drive E or higher. Then you can delete files the same way you delete any other files from a hard drive.
Posted on Nov 12, 2008
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