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My powerbook can't see my Canon Ixus55 as a mass storage device, but I have no problems uploading photo's into iPhoto. Can anyone help with this problem.
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My understanding is that Canon cameras do not show as mass storage. Not sure why, but this has been the case with every Canon I have owned, and there are others on the forums that say that Canon is not supported in this way.

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