Question about Cameras
It will depend on your particular model of camera. Some will be detected as a camera when plugged in to an open USB port and Windows will ask you if you want to import it directly.
Some have a mode you have to select in the settings menu before it will connect this way.
Finally a lot of cameras use forms of storage that many computers have readers for (SD, SmartMedia, Compactflash, memory stick, DVD, etc.) and can be read directly as additional storage.
Please leave feedback if this was helpful. Otherwise please post your camera model and we can help you locate the appropriate software. Thanks.
Posted on Mar 23, 2011
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