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Hello to all, I'm new in here and I have a Digital Camera Sony DSC-S980 I been looking for the drivers but its been impossible to find it, don't know if the camera is compatible with my MBP. Any recomendations where I can find the drivers and if for some reason the camera is not compatible could anyone post which camera are the best for MPB my budget is no more than $200.00.

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Do you know for a fact that special drivers are required? Often you just plug the camera in and your Mac (which is simply a PC made by Apple) recognizes the camera as a USB drive.

Every camera I have ever bought came with some sort of software package for Windows. I never once installed any of them. I just plugged the camera in to my PC and copied the pictures off it just like it was a USB drive.
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Do you know for a fact that special drivers are required? Often you just plug the camera in and your Mac (which is simply a PC made by Apple) recognizes the camera as a USB drive.

Every camera I have ever bought came with some sort of software package for Windows. I never once installed any of them. I just plugged the camera in to my PC and copied the pictures off it just like it was a USB drive.
Thanks for the info I will try to see if it works


Hey thanks work perfect I tough drivers were necessary. but works perfect
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Only Windows has something stupid as USB drivers.
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