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Sharing pictures stored in the camera memory

I have a Coolpix L18. Sharing pictures from a memory card is easy. But, how do I get the pictures stored in the camera's internal memory out to share, print, etc?

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You have to copy pictures from the internal memory to the card before you can share them.

You can read about it in the manual here. Page 89.

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