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How do I retrieve pictures and voice messages?

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Re: How do I retrieve pictures and voice messages?

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.

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