Question about Cameras
This is easy. All you need to do is save them to a file on the desktop of your computer. When you go onto facebook, click on browse and fetch the photo's you want form the file.
Posted on Jun 09, 2008
SOURCE: Lost photos
Plug the camera to the computer. Go to where the images are and- go to Edit. Click on select all. Click on Copy. Now go find the Camera Icon- My Computer an extra Icon should have come up like a drive Click on open -right click in the folder - right click select paste. A word of warning It is possible that having got the images to the card - the camera will not recognize them This is because- depending on the software loaded the imaged will have been altered from EXIF[Camera type image] to JPEG[Computer type image] If this is so delete the images on the card and go online to www.convar.com and download PC-Inspector. Install the program on the computer Run it. Select the Camera with card in it and click on recover. Or simply click on camera and click on recover without back loading- except simply to prove a point.
Posted on May 19, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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