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I can tell you from experience that the original batteries are expensive for this camera. I tried clone batteries and they are a waste of money. Use the original Canon batteries for reliability.
As for the memory card, an ultra fast card is the best. With the regular speed card the saving process is very slow. If I remember right the G3 can only see up to a 2 GB card at maximum size. I tried a 4 GB card and it did not work.
Consult the instruction booklet of the camera, or call a local camera store for the recomended memory type. The camera store can tell you what their customers were most satisfied with.
On most point and shoot digital cameras, there is an icon that looks like a movie camera. Simply turn the dial to this icon, point and press the shutter button! Review the video in the same way you review your digital photos.
1:plug the USB cable in the camera body on the lefthand side, and plug outher end to USB point in computer body ,then turn the camera power on , a menu will apper on the computer screen then follow a simpel instruction .