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I jneed the software for downloading the photographs onto my computer.

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Sounds like you need Camdia software, which is free to download from Olympus. On the attached website, put in any specifics you know (e.g. camera model), and leave all the other options as all. Then see if any meet your requirements.

http://www.olympus.co.uk/consumer/208_software.cfm

If you don't find something appropriate, then next port of call would be eBay, where older versions of Camedia (such as v2.5 for windows XP) are changing hands for around £2 post paid.

Another option is just to buy a card reader - although it would be wise to buy the multi card version, as Smartmedia (as used in the c-3000) is dying out, and any replacement camera you are likely to get will therefore be a different format. If you have a good picture editing package already I wouldn't bother with Camedia - just import directly into the one you know and love.

So many choices. Feel free to ask for clarification if there's anything else I can help with.

Posted on Feb 26, 2010

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