Question about Kodak EASYSHARE V1253 Digital Camera
You have to delete the pictures on the camera with it's menu buttons, or you can transfer them to your computer via the usb to camera cable. I don't have a Kodak, but there should be a button to view your pictures (refer to your manual). When you view them, you will have other function buttons to delete, or lock them. Then you just run through them, deleting the ones you don't want, one at a time. To save them, hook up the camera, without the memory card, and the computer will display the pics in the internal memory. Move or delete them. Oh, if you get a memory card, that would work too, in case you don't already have one. Hope this helps.
Posted on May 02, 2010
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