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How to shift from SD memory to DV

I know this problem is easy but i lost my manual and i just can't figure this thing out...how do you shift from using the SD memory card to the DV cassette in storing videos or still images?

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  • Anonymous Nov 29, 2007

    cant download pics to pc . mesage on cam says change mode for usb

  • Anonymous Jan 06, 2008

    cant connect to computer

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Turn the small disk on your camera to PC, and then switch on the camera. The camera will then be recognised as an external drive.

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