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The best way to download pictures from your camera to your computer involves removing the memory card from the camera and plugging it into a card reader (either built-in to the computer or connected via USB or FireWire). This is likely to be faster than connecting the camera to the computer, and won't run down your camera's batteries.
Once the card is plugged in, it will appear to your computer as a removable drive. You can use the operating system's drag&drop facility to copy pictures from the card to the computer's hard drive, the same way you copy any other files. Or you can use any photo cataloging program.
I have that very same camera and the male jack is a stereo headphone 3.5 mm style with hot-insulator-hot-insulator-ground as you see normal stereo headphone jacks. The opposite end is a serial female receptacle 9 pin that plugs in as the old serial mouses did. I don't know where you'd obtain such a cord or the proper pin-out diagram, but that is what it operates on.
All digital cameras have interface/connector that you can hook up to your computer. Most common is by USB connector/cable. Except for some models/brands, most when connected to the computer would be recognized and treated by the PC as an external drive (say "E" or "F"). Double clikcing on the the said external/removable drive would display the folder/s where you pictures or stored. It is then a matter of copy/paste or drag & drop to a new/specific folder in your "C" hard drive.
If you need specific software that goes/facilitates this feature/function, you have to post back with the brand/model of your digicam.
Hope this be of some idea/help. Good luck and kind regards.
The Polaroid Fun! Digital 320 camera is programmed to shut off automatically after a few minutes if it is not being used. This helps to conserve battery power. When the camera shuts itself off, it will make a continual beeping sound.
To use the camera after it has shut off, simply push the shutter button or self-timer button to take a picture. If you are not going to use your camera, turn the power switch to OFF.
The camera will also beep in rapid sequence after you press the self-timer button. The camera will continue to beep in faster sequence until a picture is taken (approximately 10 seconds). A final long beep signals that a picture has been taken.
NOTE: It is normal for the camera to beep while downloading photos to a computer.
The "Camera not connected" error message indicates a communications problem in the serial port connection between the camera and the computer. Simply put, the computer cannot find the camera it is being asked to connect with.
Whenever an external device (digital camera, scanner, Palm Pilot, etc.) is connected to a computer through its serial port, a communications error is possible. There is usually no single "most likely" reason for the conflict -- it could be a hardware issue as easily as it could be a software issue.
Fortunately, the most common causes of this error message are also the most easily rectified:
1.Make sure that the camera power is on.
2.Make sure that the camera cable has not been damaged.
3.Make sure that the camera cable is properly connected to both the camera and the computer.
4.Clean out the computer's Temp file.