Question about Polaroid i936 Digital Camera
You'll need a mini-usb to usb cord (http://www.amazon.com/Cables-Go-27329-Mini-B-Cable/dp/B00006B6PH), or a card reader that plugs into the computer's USB slot. Your camera takes a particular type of memory card (SDHC*) and it can be found right near the batteries underneath the battery cover. Push in on the card to release it, plug it into your computer's card reader, and you should be able to access your photos!
*SDHC cards like this one:
Posted on Apr 04, 2011
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