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Downloading problems My camera is having a hard time downloading the pictures on to my editing program. The program is Picasa and it keeps freezing up before I can import the pictures. Help?

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Fuji S5200/5600 are indeed pretty slow to download pictures when directly linked to a computer throught the USB port.
The only solution to speed up downloading is to remove from the camera the XD card and put it in a card reader provided with USB 2 interface.
Picasa, too, is not the fastest program to copy pictures on your PC. In my experience, XN View
(free) is faster than Picasa in copyng pics.

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