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Old Jun 21, 2002, 4:35 AM   #1
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Help pls - I am looking to buy my first digital and can get a Fuji S602z for a really good price in Tokyo where I am currently working, however it is apparently made for the Japanese domestic market and I am told that the software would not work on computer running windows 2000 professional in English. Can anyone pls enlighten me. Other problem is that I dont speak or read Japanese. Manual also in Japanese. I have emailed Fujifilm but no reply.

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Old Jun 21, 2002, 5:52 AM   #2
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Usually people solved the problem of their camera not working with the computer (or OS) by getting a flash card reader, and this camera use both type. The english manual is a different story though, but it doesn't have to be a US version since european sites sometime carry english manuals as well...
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