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Need to download images from camera to computer.Do I need camera software in my computer

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Hi,
You no need to install any software it will automatically detects and can transfer files to computer.
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Hello

No , you will not need to have any software installed. The drive will open as a flash drive in "my computer" from where you will be able to copy your pictures as normal.

I also suggest you buy a USB card reader as these are cheap and much easier to use.

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