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I have a DMC-LZ7, with some pictures on the built in memory. Can I transfer those pictures to a memory card? The pc cable doesn't talk to the camera.

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Yes. There's a "Copy" option in the playback menu. It can copy all pictures from internal memory to a card, or individual pictures from a card to internal memory.

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