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I took pictures, and the camera instead of recording them to the chip, recorded them to the camera memory. I don't have special cord from the camera port to USB to retrieve the picture to the computer. What to do?

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Go into playback mode. In the camera menu is an entry for copy image. It gives you the option to copy the contents of the internal memory to a memory card.

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