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Pictures taken with camera and no memory card inside how to

How to transfer pictures taken on the camera (when the memory card wasn't inside),putting the pictures from the camera now onto the memory card.

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Hi,

There is a copy option on the playback menu.
This copies to and from the memory.

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Hello. Put the memory card into the camera and format it if you want to erase what is already on it and start over. Once you have the memory card in the camera your pictures will automatically be stored on the card. regards, Joe

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Posted on Feb 04, 2010

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