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Samsung 800k digimax camera

Have lost the conecting to pc cable to the above camera have sent for one but was sent a cable for the 800s which was of no use could you please help me with this problem as i have yet to find a site that supplies this item
hoping you can help with this problem.


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  • ficusok Dec 07, 2007

    Thank you for your help my Samsung digicam came from a sale on ebay and theres no memory card and i do not know where to acquire one thats right for said cam although i see 2MG cards for sale they do not have not the same mem card numbers eg SSFDC 3.3V




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If you're using a memory card, I recommend investing $10 and getting a USB memory card reader. It's much easier than trying to troubleshoot connection issues. Most can read just about every format. Plug in your card and connect the reader to your PC. It will see it as a drive and you can easily move your pictures over with a simple drag and drop. And it keeps your card healthier that way as well.

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Posted on Dec 04, 2007

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    James DeRuvo Dec 18, 2007

    Chances are you can use an SD card. And But allow me to make an pitch for using several cards, rather than one large one. Reason being, insurance. Any memory card can fail or become corrupted. And when you're on vacation the last thing you want is to lose the opportunity to take pictures until you can recover that media card with a software utility. If your card goes bad, swapping another one for it at that moment is of advantage so you can keep taking pics. Then, later when you're in front of your PC, you can use a utility like [url="F-Recovery" to get back your pictures and recover your card.

    No need to lose the moment because you relied on one card one when several can solve that problem. At the very least, you want to get more than one of whatever size you settle on.

    One last thing. Cards have different speeds. The faster a card is, the quicker it'll save the photo and cycle to be ready for another shot. In the end, your camera is only going to be as fast as it's slowest link in the chain. So check for speed when you purchase a card.

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