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If you are using a memory card, take no more pics until you've recovered the photos, take the card out of the camera. This is to reduce the chance of you overwriting some of your "lost" photos. There are many good freeware photo recovery software options that are available to help you recover your photos. This blog article reviews and outlines several of the better ones.
All the download links listed in the article are through CNET, primarily to verify that these are malware free software, and to give you a chance to read user reviews on the software before downloading.
You should be able to go into the menu for the camera, and select memory card for photo storage. You should also be able to preview the images with the memory card in the camera, and have the ability to copy the pictures from internal memory to the memory card.
do you have a sound cards in your camera where you can take out the card and put it into a computer. try this buy a card reader and put the card into the reader and hook it up to the mac, (which I have ) and maybe they will show up. you have a program on the mac called i photo and thats how i do my pics, but if it doesnt show then yes u prob lost them but try this. it may work good luck.
OK, Camera has small inbuilt memory that can store few pictures. You can copy these photos in memory stick by inserting memory stick in camera, go to Menu >> Copy >> Yes. Memory stick stores many photos depends on its size and let memory stick in camera, hook it with computer and transfer photos from memory card. Thanks.
What is the camera model, actual powerbook and vcr? And you want to do this to convert from vhs to mini dv? Your camera should have a firewire port on it called 1394. Your VCR may or may not have S-video. If not you can purchase a s-video to coax adapter ( velloy video rca ). You may also need to locate a 4pin to 6 pin firewire cable. the 4 pin is for the cam, 6 pin is for the mac. The camera then goes s-video to rca to the vcr posssibly. Again I am only suggesting this at first, guess what is standard, and what I have seen. Any other variables or specifics that I am not aware of in your case, may change this configuration. If you have Ilife 05 or later or Imovie. Plug the camera to its power source. If the firewire cable is running to the mac, and the mac it on. Turning on the camrea will automatically open Imovie. From there you can load all of the video onto the Macintosh, and do what you like, watch , edit....what have you.
The normal way would be to use bluetooth (and it ought to work)
As I don't know these phones, do they have USB cables with them? If so just connect it to the Mac and see what happens. There's a pretty good chance that the mac will see it as a USB device and allow you to navigate to the photo folder.
If the photos are stored on a card in the phone, use a card reader to get them into the mac.
One thing I have found over the years is that generally you do not need the supplier's software to get pictures into a Mac (there are odd exceptions) and more often than not the supplier's software makes life difficult.