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Use the supplied cable that came with the camera and also the program that came with the camera to download pics to your PC. Change the setting in the camera as to where the pics are stored (internal memory or memory card) and then use a card reader (Aptiva $9.95 at Staples) to put the memory card in and then plug into a USB port and download that way. Or you can still use the cable. If this has been helpful, please rate it accordingly. Thanks and good luck.
get a new cable. or a new card reader. i prefer card readers as i can take my camera around to various events, and if a friend wants an image, he can attach the reader to his computer (if nearby) and get what he wants. are you sure your computer can directly read smart media cards? possible it does, but not that common unless its fairly new. mark
The PDC 700 digital camera has 4 MB of internal flash memory on which to store images. An optional ATA-compatible Type 1 CompactFlash memory card gives your camera substantially more memory, allowing you to store more images or images of higher quality.
images captured on the CompactFlash card can be downloaded using the same method as you use to download photos from the internal memory.
The camera uses a high speed connection to retrieve images and sounds. Simply connect the serial cable to the camera and PC, and the images and voice messages from the camera's internal memory or optional SmartMedia card are transferred to the computer at up to 115 Kbps. User's can also use an optional 3.3V SSFDC or SmartMedia card adapters to transfer the images directly from a SmartMedia adapter interface to their computer's hard disk drive. Also in development is a 3.5" diskette drive adapter for users to retrieve images directly from their diskette drive to their computer's hard drive.
D-40 Zoom Memory Card Storage Capacity
Quality Resolution # of Storable images
TIFF 2272 X 1704 1 or more
SHQ 2288 X 1712 5 or more
HQ 2272 X 1704 16 or more
SQ 2 1280 X 960 49 or more
SQ 1 640 X 480 165 or more