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How do I take pictures from my memory and put them on my SD card?

Ok well the other day I was out and I accidently left my SD card at home so I was taking pictures. I lost my cord to plug my camera into the computer and I don't want to have to go out and buy one. Anyway so I took these pictures and I would love to transfer them to my SD card so I can insert that into my computer and get the pictures off the camera.

Do you know of a way I can get my pictures put onto my SD Card??

Thanks for any help!!!

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  • Anonymous Mar 25, 2014

    I took pictures went ahead and put them on computer then I tried putting the sd back and now it wont hold the sd card

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You'll have to buy the charger/station for S5. No other cord fits your nikon unfortunately.

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