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I have a Panasonic PalmCam PV-DC1000. My challenge is how do I get the pictures off of it. I think it uses some type of holder?? I lost a lot of stuff during Katrina . Please help thanks

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  • istumpy Nov 12, 2009

    this camera des NOT have a USB port. What now

  • istumpy Nov 12, 2009

    internal memory. where do i get a docking station for this camera??????

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Hi,

First of all you will need a USB camera lead, your software and driver CD for the camera.

Pop the CD in the drive and install the software for the camera. Once installed there should be a utility in the software that allows you to transfer the files to your computer. You will need to have the camera connected to the PC via the USB lead.

If you don't have a software CD try to connect the camera to the PC to see if the the PC picks up the storage device on the camera. If it does it will autoplay and a window will open. Select open folder and drag and drop the folder to your desktop.

If you have no USB lead and the videos/photo's are stored on a camera card then i recommend that you purchase a card reader.
Just take the camera card out, put it in the card reader and the plug it directly to the PC. Autoplay will activate so as before choose open folder and drag and drop the file on your desktop.

If you need anymore help please post back.

Good luck.

Posted on Nov 12, 2009

  • Lee Hodgson
    Lee Hodgson Nov 12, 2009

    Hi,

    The camera needs a docking station to transfer the images to your computer or a VCR/DVD recorder.

    Do you know if the video's are stored in internal memory or on a camera card?


  • Lee Hodgson
    Lee Hodgson Nov 12, 2009

    Hi,

    After trawling the net I'm unable to find the docking station accessory for you. This probably due to fact the camera's is quite old.

    I can only recommend that you keep you eye on sites like eBay or Amazon for someone that's selling one second hand.
    If you do come across one then make sure the docking station and all the leads are included.



    Good luck and thanks for choosing FixYa.


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