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I want to send a picture by email. What connections are required from camera to laptop and procedure to load email directory?

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Hey!

First, you need to copy the picture(s) to your computer.
There are 2 options to do so:

  1. Using a USB cable to connect the camera to your laptop. Make sure the camera is set to play mode and then connect the cable to the camera and to a free USB port on your laptop. On "My Computer" (on just "Computer"), a new drive will be shown - usually named Removable Drive. Sometimes there's no additional drive, but instead a camera icon, named after your camera's model. If you'll open (double-click) it (the camera icon or the Removable drive), you should see all the pictures you've taken.Select the picture(s) you wish to copy/send, then right click ON it (on 1 of the pictures you chose), and select Copy. Open another location in your computer (the Desktop - where all the icons are located - will be an easy choice), right click on an empty space and choose Paste.
  2. Using a card reader to copy the pictures straight from the memory card. When taking photos with your camera they're actually stored on a memory card. As many laptops today contain a built-in card reader - this could be an easier method. If you don't have a built-in card reader in your laptop, you can use a USB card reader instead. You should take out the memory card from your camera (refer to the user's guide for instructions) and put it it the card reader (if it's an external card reader: FIRST, put the card in it, then plug it to a free USB port on your laptop). Open "My Computer" (or "Computer"), and you should see a new drive called "Removable Drive"... Follow the instructions on option #1 to copy the desired picture(s).
Next step will be sending the picture(s) through e-mail.
It's a little difficult for me to explain how to do so, as I don't know which email program/service you're using... I'll say, in general, that you should look for an option called "Attach" or "Attachment" or "Attach File", etc. and usually has a sign of paper clip! Once you clicked on it, you should browse to the place you saved the pictures in (the Desktop, for example) and select the files (pictures) you want to attach/send. Pay attention that this operation should be done for each file separately.

Once the pictures/files are fully loaded, you can send your message!

Please contact me if you need any further assistance...

Good luck,
Pelu.

Posted on May 04, 2010

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