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Moving photos from pc to Elura 65 camcorder memory card

Is there a device to plug into my usb port that will allow me to move photos from my pc to my memory card? I want to use the card in a digital frame, but my Canon Elura camera isn't recognized as a drive by my PC and the camera software allows camera-to-pc transfer only. Thanks.

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You can buy both internal and external USB card readers that can read just about any card you can think of in a package about 3" square. They are not expensive either.

Your local PC retailer will (read should) have these in stock.

Hope that helps

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