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Thank you, this is a very old model, no card at all and connecting cord is lost.

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Hello Again Juliet, I was afraid you were going to say that !! Why not try E-bay and type in the make and model of the camera and you just may be amazed at what you may find, like a usb cable, maybe even someone has the original software and manual for sale. Hay you have nothing to loose.
Good Luck, Russell

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