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Can't get my pictures on my computer.

So my camera is supposed to be able to hold 500 pictures without having a memory card, so it didn't come with one. So I have an "album" on my camera where all my pictures are. Because the actual Internal memory can only hold up to 5 pictures. and eveyrtime i plug my camera in, it shows the pictures that are on the internal memory not the ones in the album. How do I get the ones from my album onto my computer?

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There is a file select in the menu mode. Try and follow the user manual first.

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