How do you move pictures from digital camera memory to flash memory without using a computer?
yes it is possible to transfere pictures from a Kodak digital camrs to your computer HOW?] you have to download an kodak picture app. Just google Kodak for mac
Answer . Yes, if your computer has a memory card reader that your particular memory card will fit into and work with. The card reader will allow your computer to read and …write to the memory card as though it were any other disk drive, and you can even use the same Windows Explorer to do so.
Need more imput. What kind of camera? If it has a removable mem card, the Wal-mart sells and USB device for that. You slide the card into the device, insert the device into a …usb port etc. Kodak c143
Memory Stick, A later version is the Memory Stick Pro and Memory Stick Pro Duo.
Try by removing the memory stick and then attaching the camera to computer with USB cable. Switch on camera. It should open up a dialogue box in Windows XP (or similar OS). Se…lect 'open folder to view file' or open Windows Explorer and open camera folder (probably displayed as new drive E: or like that in My Computer) . You may also check whether there is an option of selecting "camera as mass storage device" in settings menu of camera. If yes then select this before connecting.. If you have no means of attaching the camera to the computer, place an empty memory stick into the camera. In review mode, a message indicates there is no data, but there is in the internal memory. While still in review mode, press the menu button and go the the "Setup" section, the last option. Now, scroll down to the "Memory Stick Tool" section. From there, highlight the "Copy" choice at the bottom, and select the OK option to proceed. You will get a message: "All data in internal memory will be copied." Press OK, and it will copy everything in the internal memory to your memory stick. Then, when you have plugged the memory stick into your computer, you will find a new folder entitled Copy. All your photos from the internal memory of the camera will be in there.
Use the plug that came with it
Memory stick PRO Duo with Adapter
No. The photos are saved to the memory card, so if you remove the card, there are no photos in the camera.
connect your camera to PC through usb cable or memory card through memory card reader. then computer will automatically install drivers for it. you can see removable disk in m…y computer . double click it and you can do whatever you want to do.
you can download them soo easy by send them to the memory card but if you want them to work in the camera i think you shuld send only the pictures which has taken with the cam…era not other pictures cuz the are not gana work.
The memory card is what the digital files are stored on. If you have no memory card in your camera there is nowhere for the camera to store the files. It is like not putting a… film in a film camera or trying to burn a CD with no CD inserted to the drive. No Some digital cameras have internal memory so you don't need a memory card. I figured this out 2 minutes before I saw this question.
I moved my pictures from the computer to my memory stick but when i turn on my camera it says i have no images and all the pictures are in JPEG format so Why can't my camera recognize my pictures?
they may well be in jpeg format but there are other things saved in jpeg other than the pixels of the image, such as camera make, time of capture, aperture etc that can't be c…ontrolled manually, which are essential for the camera to recognise images as "it's own", and therefore display them in the playback. I've tried the same thing with my camera.
Yes, but your computer may need a memory card to USB converter (56 ports for $12.99, add the tax for your state).
How do you transfer pictures from your camera to a memory stick without putting them on your computer?
if you are talking about usb stick it is practically impossible till now you can just do only one thing and that is u can transfer photos from your camera memory to memory car…d which is compatible with you camera.
yes, most dSLR cameras use CF(compact flash) cards for memory.
Yes you can, generally, depending on the number of photos and the size of the card. You might even be able to get the camera to read them and display them on its screen as wel…l, depending on the camera, the format of the files, and any folders on the memory card. If the camera is TWAIN-based, you might not be able to do this, but if it is FAT-based, you can. If your camera or its memory card show up in Windows as a drive letter, then you can copy into it from Windows just like it is another hard drive. Just go to My Computer (or just Computer in Windows 7 and maybe Vista) and see if a drive letter shows up for your camera or its memory card (if you have a card reader).