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Brookstone 32. megapixel pocket size camera

Dear Sir,
I have a Brookstone 3.2 digital pocket size camera.

I have tried and can't find out how to delete my pictures
in my camera.

Could you assist me in this matter ?

Respectfully Ron Thiesing E-mail

P.S. I want to delete all pictures... and perhaps one at a time.
Thank you

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Re: Brookstone 32. megapixel pocket size camera

Get a memory card reader they are cheap! will read on your computer as an extra hard drive, then you can delete as you would any file.and you can also buy extra cards for storage.Also you wont need to plug your camara in all the time to get to your photos!

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