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Greetings, I have several floppies filled with pictures I took with my old casio camera. They are in .cam format. I have no other copies of these photos. I no longer have the casio camera or software. How can I convert these to jpeg files so that my iphoto software can read them? (I have already copied them onto my hard disk from the floppies, but am unable to open them with any of my current software.) HELP PLEASE -- Sheila Zeddy

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Greetings Sheila Z,

This link should help you to find a way to view those photos:

http://www.liutilities.com/products/winbackup/filextlibrary/files/CAM/

I hope this helps!

Thank you,

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Posted on May 05, 2008

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