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Down loading to I photo

Hey have had camera for years and now my mac can't see it when hooked up! Wondering if you have seen this? is it  cable, or camera function?  would love in put thanks.
It  could be the mac!

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Your best bet is to get a card reader and connect that to your Mac.
Insert the memory card from your s5000 and off you go.

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