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Lost my usb cable

I lost the usb cable to my camera and I have pictures stored in the camera's memory. I have a memory card also. Is there a way of transferring the pictures from the camera's memory to the memory card so that I may download them onto my computer or is there another way of downloading them to my computer without needing the usb cable to do so?

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Re: lost my usb cable

Your camera manual will tell if transfer from internal memory to card is possible.Some do some do not. Another USB cord should not be very expensive

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