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Hi! I use a Mac. When downloading large photos or multiple photos taken with the Lumix, the Mac iPhoto program either aborts or is just bulky/cranky. What program can I use to download photos from my Lumix DCM-FS5, easily and reliably, onto my Mac?

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The pros do it this way....they use a card reader to download to a folder they create on the desktop. From there, it's easy to send the pics to iPhoto. Hi!  I use a - typrice_190.jpg

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