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Need to know how to get images off of camera onto computer

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Connect Your Digital Camera With Your Computer , Open lunaxp%20my%20computer.jpg My Computer

You Find This Icon Open It

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JUst connect USB wire with the camera and the Computer...
After that a New drive will be opened in the computer drive...

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