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Camera takes pictures but has no usb or firewire port. how do I get my pictures.

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That's not uncommon especially if it is a kodak. Cameras that usually don't have a usb port can only be downloaded with a docking station or by taking out the media card and putting it in the media card reader.

On another small note. Some cameras have like little compartments with the usb connection in it. Double check to see if anywhere on the camera has a usb symbol. It is very small and hard to see at times

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