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How do i get photos off my camera using usb port?

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Most cameras have an output (looks like a phone charger connector). You should have a cable that plugs into this and the other end a usb that will go into your computer. Depending on what OS you are running, the computer may be able to access the photos automatically or you may have to install the software that came with the camera (or download from the canon website). Turn on the camera, plug cord in download. Else take out the SD card and input to computer directly either through SD slot in computer or a SD adapter that plugs into the USB.

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