Question about Cameras
I have the camera and USB line for a computer but do not have a docking station or software to down load. What do I need to down load the pictures that are store in the cameras general memory or memory stick
You could use a card reader that connects to a USB port, and use the picture management software that comes with most operating systems. You could also contact the manufacturer and they should be able to get you the USB cord for your camera and often they can provide the software for free. I hope this helps!
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