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Images saved to internal memory how do I download to my pc?

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Use the supplied cable that came with the camera and also the program that came with the camera to download pics to your PC. Change the setting in the camera as to where the pics are stored (internal memory or memory card) and then use a card reader (Aptiva $9.95 at Staples) to put the memory card in and then plug into a USB port and download that way. Or you can still use the cable. If this has been helpful, please rate it accordingly. Thanks and good luck.

Posted on Jul 10, 2009

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SOURCE: Can I move images saved to the internal memory to the optional xD-Picture Card

You sure can. Go to your shooting mode menu. Scroll down to BACKUP Click on OK Select YES Click on OK All image data stored in the internal memory is copied to the card. Press MENU to exit the menu. Make sure there is enough room on your card to hold all the pictures in memory. When you've copied to the card the original pictures are still held in the internal memory so you will have to clear it. When the card has insufficient memory, [CARD FULL] is displayed and copying is canceled. When the battery icon is blinking, pictures cannot be backed up because of insufficient battery power. If the battery power runs out during copying, the image data may be lost or damaged. I recommended you use the AC adapter if you have one. If not, make sure your batteries are charged. Never open the battery compartment/card cover, remove the batteries, or connect or disconnect the AC adapter during copying as this may cause malfunction to the internal memory or the card.

Posted on May 21, 2006

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SOURCE: Transferring images on camera memery onto memory card.

I had the same problem, and I found after much playing and mostly accidental findings that I could do this by following these steps

1. Put an SD card in the camera. Will not work otherwise
2. Go into playback mode, where you view the pictures, button looks like an blue arrow pointing to the right
3. Press the round 4 way controller downwards, and a menu (that I have never seen before!) appears
4. Choose the 4th icon along on the top line and that will give you options to transfer from memory card to camera and the other way around.

Posted on May 13, 2008

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SOURCE: my camera says "images recorded to internal memory"

pdf user manual is available for free on Fujifilm site, http://www.fujifilm.com/products/digital_cameras/z/finepix_z20fd/pdf/index/finepix_z20fd_manual_01.pdf

You should either :
- connect your camera directly to the PC with provided USB cable, after recognition of the camera by the computer (may take some time), you will see the camera like a disk in the file explorer, and have two different folders representing internal memory and the removable memory card, just browse in the directorys and you will find the picture.
- or send the picture by infrared, see pages 56 of your user manual (probably not the simplest way, as the comuter may not accept infrared transmition).
- or use the cameras menu to transfer the pictures from internal memory to removable memory. You must enter picture displaying mode, the presse menu, you have an "copy" option to transfer between internal memory and memory card, see page 76 from user manual. Then you just get the card out and read it as you ever do.

Hope this will help.

Posted on Jun 22, 2009

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SOURCE: I can't find the images in my internal memory

In the setup menu, there should be an entry for something like "copy" which would permit you to copy the internal memory images to the memory card.

Posted on Sep 30, 2009

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SOURCE: Casio Exilim EX-Z2. I can't save images to the memory card.

same thing happens to me
i hope someone could help us.. i think the problem is the camera, because i try the sd card on another device and it works fine :s

Posted on Dec 06, 2010

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