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I need to upload pics from my Canon-but forgot my software CD, what can I do?


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Hello,
I'm at a family members house using my clamshell, and i want to upload a lot of pictures while i have access to high speed, but I realized when i plugged in my S5 that I forgot my CDs and I haven't installed the software on my clamshell. I don't want to drive all the way back home just to get the CDs and drive back, is there anything I can download so I can see my pics and upload them to facebook?

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Does your camera just appear as a disk on the desktop when you attach it
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You can use either iPhoto or Image Capture to import the pictures from your camera.


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My Canon 400d works with image capture so give that a go.

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(duh moment) i COMPLETELY forgot about image capture. Thanks Kash. They're importing right now. Quick question, and obviously i'll know when its done importing, but why are the previews of the pictures PINK?
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Oh I don't have iPhoto on my clamshell and I don't remember what it did on my PowerMac, but does the S5 work with iPhoto? I don't remember if it did or not, overall the only downside to the S5 isn't really a S5 thing, just a Canon thing, I Don't like how they dont show up on the desktop. Oh well, i love this camera. Thanks everyone.
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Another option (just for reference) is a multi card reader if you have one lying around. Take the card out of the camera, pop it in the reader and away you go.

I always have one in the laptop bag just in case as I NEVER install the software for cameras, it is nasty!

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I use the card reader too. To me it's a more direct connection (USB port with the card directly in the card reader - you don't have to go through the camera's system and be dependent on the camera's battery level).

I dunno, I just find it much more convenient.
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Oh I know, I'm working on getting a card reader. Just an el cheapo, but they're so cheap i dont know why i haven't gotten one yet.
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