Yes, you can. However, it will require another piece of equipment. A card reader from WalMart which can be one of two types: A usb jump drive version which has a cover that allows you to insert your sd card or a reader for various size cards. I have the usb jump drive. Plug it in, go to my pictures select each picture you want (if you want more than one, hold down control as you are clicking the desired picture) then on the left side click copy this file. A box will come up allowing you to choose where to copy to. You would go to my computer (click the little plus sign)under my computer click on the jump drive and then ok or copy. It should be on there. That's how I did it for my dad.
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Hi, most of this type picture frame require an S.D. card usually the large type . There are some that are the large sd card but you can insert a small sd card into the large one . If you have a large sd card in your camera then all you have to do is insert it in the picture frame. If you have a pc you can transfer your pictures to a separate sd card and use that just for the picture frame . If you have pictures on your phone you will have to transfer them to a pc then put your sd card from your picture frame into the pc and transfer to the sd card from the picture frame.
These style of frames take a SD card the slot for this will be located in the back and may be covered. So take a standard SD and plug it into a slot or a usb adapter into your computer then just drag the photos over to you card. Then just throw it into the back of the frame.
You need an SD Card, an SD Card reader and a photo frame with an SD card slot. Put the SD card into the SD card reader and plug that into your imac, transfer your photos to the card and then remove the card and put it in the photo frame
Hi, I have the similar s8000fd and I transfer pics from internal memory by taking out the sd card then connect to a spare usb socket on computer, then switch camera on.
To transfer pics from internal memory to sd card - leave sd card in, switch on camera (playback mode), press menu, select copy, select 'internal memory to sd card', 'select frame' or 'all frames'. It should say 'copy ok?' Press OK.
If the "camera chip" you refer to is a removable SD Memory Card you need to put that into a SD Card Slot on your computer or use an USB Card Reader device. The computer will recognize the SD Card as a Disk Drive and you can use Windows Explorer to transfer the picture files to it.
Your camera has a SD card slot. If you have one of these in your camera then it is just a matter of transferring them from the card to your computer. Most stores that carry the SD cards will have a card reader you can buy. You connect the card reader to your computer and insert your SD card into it. From there you can open up this card reader in MY computer, select your photos, right click and hit copy. The you open up the file you want to put them in (like my documents then my pictures) and right click again and go to paste. This wil transfer all those pictures you have selected onto your computer but they will still be on the SD card too. Hope this helps. The card readers cost about $20 give or take.
I had this problem with the jump drive I am using in my digital frame. The drive has lots of open space, but not all the pictures will download on it, and i get the Ox80070052 error message.
I fixed it by re-formatting the jump drive. I moved all the files on the jump drive to a folder on my computer. Then i re-formatted the drive using a FAT 32 configuration. instead of a FAT configuration.
After the re-format, all the pictures transfer to the jump drive with ease.