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How to transferring photos from camera

How can i transferring photos from my camera?

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Re: transfer foto's

With my Canon camera, I just connect the mini-USB slot to a USB slot on my PC, turn it on and follow the prompts. But maybe it's different with yours.
With a camera of a friend, I just took out the SD card, put it in the SD card reader of my PC and copied it in File Explorer. But maybe your camera doesn't have a SD card that can be taken out.
And then I read about cameras that can transfer photo's wirelessly to an iOS or Android device. If you happen to have such a smartphone or tablet, surely you know how to get pics from it to your PC. But maybe your camera can't connect wirelessly.

You forgot to tell what camera you have and to give a link to its manuals. So all I can say: read the user manual to find the options.

Post was last edited on March 11, 2019 11:41 AM PDT

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Take out the memory card and put it in the laptop

Previously, I use to take out the memory card from the DSLR, put that in an adapter and then transfer the raw images to my laptop.

But now, DSLR manufacturing companies have upgraded their DSLRs. All you have to do is connect it to Bluetooth then all the raw files are transferred to your phone and laptop.

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