Question about Cameras
1. Use a compatible USB cord to connect the camera on your computer.
2. If this is your first time to connect the device : it will automatically search and obtain compatible drivers from the camera, so this would take a little longer than usual.
3. After the device drivers are installed, or the connection process is finished.
You can now view your photos/videos/files from your camera by opening it on your computer's explorer (Windows + E, if you're on PC)
4. Usually on windows, you can see the camera's name on the explorer together with C:, D:, E:, CD-ROM, etc.
Open it by right-click > Explore/Open or double-click.
5. After opening the camera's root folder, you will see sub-folders. now, it depends on what camera are you using, some cameras uses 2 drives that contains fixed and storage. for this instance, choose 'storage' and browse through the sub-folders on this drive for where the images are stored.
Posted on Mar 11, 2011
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