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You need to convert the raw pics to jpegs in order to view them. Some cameras allow you to do that right in the camera. You should have received software with your camera that allows you to do that. If you have Photoshop Elements on your computer, it comes with a raw converter. You need to check your camera's owner manual for specific instructions.
incase nothing else works...you can take out the memory card from your camera and plug it into your laptop with the help of a memory card reader (incase your laptop does not have a inbuilt reader, you can buy one from the market) and copy pics from it onto your system..:)
Hi Zack, welcome to FixYa. You can solve that problem 1 of 2 ways.
1) Are you using a memory card in your camera? If you are, then you can plug it into a slot on your pc (if you have one), and transfer them that way. If you don't have one, you can purchase a card reader that plugs into your pc, and read them that way.
2) If your pictures are in the camera's internal memory and not on the card, most camera models allow you to move pictures from the camera's internal memory to the card. Check the manual to see if your model allows that. Don't worry, all is not lost. Let me know if you have any other problems.
This is a common problem with digital cameras. Canon makes a great camera you just need to know the trick. The shutter release has two stages the first lets the camera do metering the second takes the pic. to get action shots you need to frame the photo before the action ( set up the pic in the veiw finder or lcd display) the press the release to the first stop and wait for the green box or bracket (depending on model) the shot is now ready as soon as you press down the rest of the way it will immediatly take the pic.
this is the only way I'm aware of to get an action pic with a digital point and shoot. You bought a great camera but it's not quite an SLR.