Question about Cameras
Posted by Anonymous on
Make sure that you have one of these:
A. Mini USB cable to connect camera to computer. It should goes with the camera when you buy it, or you may get one at the nearest computer shop (less than 1 USD)
B. OR a multi-card reader. Most of laptop nowadays has it. or you can buy one at about 10 USD
If you choose A then
1. Locate the USB port on Camera (it is often cover by a plastic cover) and USB port on computer
2. Connect camera to computer using USB cable.
3. Go to My computer and find your camera.
4. Find your pictures in the folders in your camera
5. Copy by selecting files, press Ctrl - C and paste them (Ctrl - V) to any folder in your computer as your wish.
If you choose B then:
1. Remove the memory card from you camera. Normally it is next to the batteries. Press the card in, then release, it will pop out.
2. Put the memory card in you card readers
3. Go to My computer and open the card folders.
4. Copy by selecting files, press Ctrl - C and paste them (Ctrl - V) to any folder in your computer as your wish.
Hope this help. Any ways, leave a comment if you need more instruction. :)
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