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My Panasonic DMC-LX1 will no longer download photos to iPhoto (Max OSX). It has been working fine. the icon mounts in iPhoto, but then the window "loading photos..." just continues forever. Tried this on another computer to same result. Something in the camera is wonky? Any ideas?

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Not really mac expert

was the cam working before???

did you try to open it using windows???

check the memory maybe there is the problem


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