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I want to know how to transfer from my camera disc to a regular size disc.

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When you have your camera all set up to unload, have clean CD in your machine and simply download the pictures to that drive. You can make sure you have the right drive by looking under my computer and seeing which drive shows the CD in place, probably D or E

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Another method is connecting your camera to the computer using the supplied USB cable:
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  • Av - Apperature priority, requires you to indicate the size of the lens iris. The Apperature (size of the iris) will be decided by the camera. all other settings you can override if you wish to set them.
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