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I have a innovage mini digital camera

by dardeon76 / July 19, 2012 3:57 PM PDT

i came back across it today. I had misplaced it and never used it, however i can't find any paper work concerning hoe to use it. Will u help me please.

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Where can i get paperwork to show me how to use the camera
by dardeon76 / July 19, 2012 11:47 PM PDT

Thank you for your help. Windows xp.

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by snapshot2 Forum moderator / July 20, 2012 12:17 AM PDT

I suggest you take the camera outside and throw it as far as you can.

That camera has been sold under many names.
It usually sells for $9 with cable, disk and Operation Manual.
It takes tiny pictures - too small to be useful. (about 2 inches square).
It is supported by no-one. They are literally dropped on the open market for a quick buck.
You need an Operation Manual with you to be able to use it. (It is complicated).
You need software to download the pictures to a computer.
The software has to match the exact edition of the camera you have (there are several).
And you need a special cable.

Better yet - take the camera to the middle of a lake and drop it in.
That way no one else will find it and want to use it.

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Another toy camera.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / July 20, 2012 12:22 AM PDT

Sorry but I see you have a "hoe" in your hands (and your post.) I think you could beat the thing with the hoe and be just as satisfied with the results. I know I would.

If the unit works, then fine. Use it. If not, dump it on ebay. There are folk that are looking for parts or such. For me I tried a few of the toy cameras so I could write about them firsthand.
Bob

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