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iLife - exporting photos from iphoto to camera

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Is it at all possible to transfer photos from my mac (PowerBook G4 - OS X Tiger) back onto my digital camera (kodak z7590) ?


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Just select your pictures, use Export from Share menu and save on your camera (it should be there as an external drive)
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