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Going on Vacation

I will be goin gon vacation for about a week. I have a 5 megapixel Sony camera. With a 256 card I bought and a 32 card that came with it I will have about 110 pictures I can take at it's top setting. Is there any way I can download these and pull then up at home at there full resolution. I do not have a laptop to take with me.

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There are portable harddrive devices for you to move your pictures to. Other devices will help you move them to a iPod as an example. They had varying degrees of success. If available, the suggestion to move them from your camera media to CD is the lowest cost in the short run. You should consider getting a few more cards though too. That will give you more time between CD burning and in the event something goes wrong, your pics are spread between cards and not all on one.

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