Question about Cameras
That camera has a SD card slot. I would ignore the internal 16MB of memory and use a SD card. (512's are really cheap)
The SD card can then be removed and placed into a SD to USB reader. ($10-15 range) When you use one of these it makes the SD card into another disk drive -- so you can then just copy or move the files to your HD and do with then anything you would do with any other jpg or video file. You can also carry multiple SD's and have extra digital "film" available to take more pictures. You can also take these SD cards to just about any Wal-Mart, Walgreens, or CVS and make real prints for about .20 a piece.
Posted on Jan 08, 2008
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