I downloaded a couple of pictures onto my Apple. I left camera on the computer console and worked on printing the pictures. The next day I was going to use the camera and it would not turn on. I thought perhaps it needed charging so I put on charger. That afternoon I went to use the camera and it would not turn on no matter what I did. The camera was not dropped or banged while on console or charger. Camera is a little over a year old. What now?
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The date and time plus a lot more information is stored with each picture as "metadata". It can be retrieved in most photo editing programs. After downloading to your computer, if you just right-click on a picture file, the date and time will appear.
Close the Kodak EasyShare software from your system tray (down by the clock).
Go to www.apple.com and download apple quicktime.
After you have installed quicktime successfully, add the videos to the software.
Since the pictures were downloaded successfully, videos are also transferred.
They are usually saved in your My Documents\My Pictures\Kodak Pictures.
Please see the following blog article, as it describes the use of a card reader as a much easier, faster, and less error prone way to download your photos. In fact there are several important reasons discussed in the article for using a card reader vice downloading from the camera. USB Card readers are also very inexpensive these day, with cost virtually not an issue:
that is an easy fix; although I do not quite understand your question. Your photos are safe as long as they are in your camera's memory. If your PC hard drive in your pc is still ok, that data can be easily recovered as well. But if your computer does not work, then you cannot download or upload anything until you get it going again. So, what disk are you talking about you have not got ?
Hello. I have the same problem with my Kodak EasyShare C653 on my 40GB PS3. I am sorry to announce it is not compatible with the PS3.
If you have a different version of the PS3 (unlike my 40GB), you may be able to use your SD card on your PS3.
If this doesn't work, download the pictures onto a computer. Transfer the pictures or video to a flash drive (USB key), and upload to your PS3.
try going to the camera web site see if there is any mac software that will work with your camera or go to the web site of the camera and see if there is a down load for your camera for a mac . or see if your friend has a pc and try to down load the pics on thrir computer.
It sound like you have a problem with your memory card.
But I would try buying a card reader as well. Whether it turns out to be the card or not.
there are alot things that can go wrong when trying to use your camera to transfer the images instead of a card reader. a card reader shouldn't cost you more than 20 dollars.
It will also make transferring your images faster.
in the camera when you hit the review button do the images show up on the lcd screen of the camera?