To make it simple:
1. Use a compatible USB cord to connect the camera to your computer.
2. If this is your first time to connect the device : it will automatically search and obtain compatible drivers from the camera, so this would take a little longer than usual.
3. After the device drivers are installed, or the connection process is finished.
You can now view your photos/videos/files from your camera by opening it on your computer's explorer (Windows + E, if you're on PC)
4. Usually on windows, you can see the camera's name on the explorer together with C:, D:, E:, CD-ROM, etc.
Open it by right-click > Explore/Open or double-click.
5. After opening the camera's root folder, you will see sub-folders. now, it depends on what camera are you using, some cameras uses 2 drives that contains fixed and storage. for this instance, choose 'storage' and browse through the sub-folders on this drive for where the images are stored.
Tip : when browsing, use thumbnails as your view. (right-click > view > thumbnails)
You use a digital scanner to record the pictures as digital picture files for a computer....OR.... a picture of each picture taken with a digital camera.... its easy to do.
After you load the pictures you find the start button and go to pictures
u can take photos & load them in ur computer. u can print them whenever u like You can use a USB cord to hook the camera up to a computer and download all the pictures onto the computer. The camera also has a flash card that you can remove from the camera and take to the store and have pictures made from everything on the flash card.
Connect the camera to a computer with a USB cable or take the memory card out of the camera and load it into a car reader of a computer.
All digital cameras and video cameras come with a cord; this cord, when plugged in to the camera on one side and to the computer on the other side, enables you to upload the pictures from camera to computer. (If this seems confusing or you want more information, look at you camera owners' manual.)
most likely you do. It depends on the computer if it'll let you download the pics to your computer. Most computers will let you. But the only way I know of is to download the software onto the computer first. You should have a disk or floppy disk that comes with the digital camera and install it on the computer. That's all I can help with.
The camera comes with a disk you can load into the D: drive of your computer and it will load automatically if it has a memory card you can you can download them from there or you can download them from a disc if they are on a disc
all you do is get a usb cable and then plug your camera in to it then plug the other end in the pc. Then wait until it is done downloading make sure your camera was and is on then you just go to the picture then cut and paste in to email
Take a photo of it with a digital camera, load it onto your computer and work from there.
No, Cameras are ment for takin pictures or video, soon probaly they will but, for now they havent thought that far. Yes it can all you have to do is take a photo or film on a digital camra and then up load it onto your computer
view tasco cam pics from the trail camera to my laptop
A lot of the newer laptops have an SD slot that allows you to see and down load the the photos directly from the card. If not, you can usually hook up your digital camera to your computer with a USB cable and use camera specific software to down load the picture. Another method is to use a card reader specific to your type of card that connects to your computer for the download.
1. Put the pictures on a computer. 2. Put your memory card in the computer (might need an adapter if your computer doesn't have a correct slot) 3. copy the pictures onto the memory card. 4.look at the pictures.
If the camera is digital and works then you can hook it up to your computer and copy the files. If it is not then you can take it to most photo labs and ask them to put the pics directly on a CD or a thumb drive, which can then be transferred to your computer. The only disposable cameras you can load off are the EU Kodaks they have very bad picture quality
iPhoto does not take pictures. It does store, catalogue and let you edit the pictures you have taken with a digital camera which you would connect to your Mac and load into iPhoto. If your Mac has the built-in iSight camera you can take a picture with the PhotoBooth application.
Remove memory card from camera, and insert into card reader. Plug card reader into vacant USB port. Open the memory card's folder. Drag & drop the images you want to the place on the computer you want them to go.
Load your camera drivers and photo software either from CD or from camera manufacturers website.
First, you'll need a wire that connects the camera with the USB port, or a device that has an insert for the memory card for the camera that connects it to the USB port in the computer. Then, you must open up iPhoto. iPhoto will automatically recognize it after loading the pictures you already have stored in there. It will say 'ready to import (insert number here) items' and then you allow it to proceed, and it will load the pictures and save it into iPhoto.
Your camera should of came with a cord (USB) this will allow you to plug the cable into the computer via USB ports and it should load right up within a few seconds, just put them into a folder, or your desktop and from your e-mail options select 'send a file', then select the photo file.
Pictures contain a large amount of digital data.
You may have a disk of drivers that came with your camera. If so, you need to follow the steps in your manual and load any drivers onto your computer. You should also have received a cable to connect your camera to the computer. The specifics will differ from system to system, but if you get this far the rest should be basically intuitive. That doesnt help!!!
is your camera Digital if its from 1998 or older it is probly a hi 8 you can buy a rca to usb i recomend firewire connection for anything video unless its just old videos of the kids don't buy the expensive bundles they sell in big box stores go to new egg or microcenter newegg.com or microcenter.com Also some video cards have digital tuners for tv
use your usb
First of all you must have your camera card in a card reader attached to your computer. Then go to the folder where to photos are and select the ones you want to send and select send to: Select the drive where the card reader is plugged into and SEND.
"Regular" cameras are really film cameras, which just means that after you take a photograph, you have to develop the picture. Digital cameras, on the other hand, allow you to immediately see your picture and load it to your computer. While digital cameras are easier to use, film cameras tend to produce higher quality photos.