Question about Cobra Digital DC8200 Digital Camera
I just got the camera for christmas and im trying to run the software but it wont open up on my macbook and the instruction manual lists the requirements for macintosh computers
Save the aggrivation. Go to Walmart and purchase a SanDisk multiple card reader (about $25) usually found in the camera section. It plugs into a USB port on you Mac. Just take the memory card out of your camera and put in the appropriate slot of the SanDisk. The memory card will come up like another drive on the desktop. You can copy images to your hard drive from there.
Posted on Aug 21, 2009
SOURCE: Sakar Digital Camera 16379
I am sorry sir this particular camera is not compatible with Macintosh because it only has a windows version software u have to use a windows operating system in order to download the pictures to the computer because this camera doesnt take a memory card thats the other reason y u cannot transfer the pictures using macintosh
Posted on May 13, 2008
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