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    Flash card file/picture viewer?
    Is there an app, or somethign that I can use to view the files on my 2gb SD card?

    Everytime I want to see the pics I've taken, I have to import them via iPhoto, and it's just a pain. I want to be able to see what's on the flash disk without even having to use iPhoto.

    Any apps or hardware solutions?

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    finder.


    just use the icon preview, mount the card on a usb card reader (if your camera doesn't mount so finder can see it).
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    Finder....

    ...or Image Capture.

    Either one is better than using iPhoto.
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    Quote Originally Posted by eric View Post
    finder.


    just use the icon preview, mount the card on a usb card reader (if your camera doesn't mount so finder can see it).
    Yeah, my camera doesn't mount it on the desktop, that's the only reason I'm asking..

    I'll try ImageCapture and see how that goes.

    Thanks!

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    card readers are super cheap and easy to use. plus you don't eat camera battery or have to deal with cords. i never connect my cameras to my computers.
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    open then on finder, select all images, and preview them as a slideshow (contextual menu item)

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