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Old Jul 23, 2009, 3:34 PM   #11
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Thanks for all the help & info. I will try to purchase PhotoShop Elements soon. Got the photos transferred,not exactly my best work though.
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Old Jul 26, 2009, 12:39 PM   #12
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Then there's the individual that always used the onboard USB port on their Camera because it was easy,never had a Problem in 10 years doing it that way. AND then the cat decides at that moment he wants attention and knocks your camera off the desk, yanking out the cord, breaking the jack, and causing $235.00 worth of repair work...The cat unfortunatly met with a untimely demise and is no longer w/us...
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Old Jul 26, 2009, 1:06 PM   #13
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I seem to remember not so long ago, someone posting on this site a sort of electrical feed back problem. which damaged their camera via the USB cord.
They were advised to use a card reader in future for safety.
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Old Jul 26, 2009, 2:29 PM   #14
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Then there's the individual that always used the onboard USB port on their Camera because it was easy,never had a Problem in 10 years doing it that way. AND then the cat decides at that moment he wants attention and knocks your camera off the desk, yanking out the cord, breaking the jack, and causing $235.00 worth of repair work...The cat unfortunatly met with a untimely demise and is no longer w/us...
I don't have a cat, but I have 2 small dogs,so I guess it's possible that could happen to me,because I am using the usb cord for now. Sorry about your kitty.

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I seem to remember not so long ago, someone posting on this site a sort of electrical feed back problem. which damaged their camera via the USB cord.
They were advised to use a card reader in future for safety.
Making note to self- buy new card reader. Thanks for the warning,I've never heard of that happening.
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