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Mac and D770

Just purchased a DSC-D770 and I'm having trouble getting pictures into my G-3. It has USB and firewire, but I can't see any included connectors or Mac compatible software. Can anyone offer any help? Thanks. -- JD Jones

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I have the same camera and haven't found any software from Sony. Your best bet - and it's faster too - is to get a USB to Compact Flash and/or SmartMedia reader from one the the digital camera stores (Newer, Simple, SanDisk are a few brands) for less than $100, plus get a higher capacity Compact Flash or Smartmedia card. That doesn't solve the problem of using Memory Sticks - perhaps Sony will wake up and realize that serious users are using Macs! No big loss since Sony bundled only an 8 meg stick thou.

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