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I just connected my sony cybershot U dsc-u10 and iphoto opened. I'm seeing that in order to view my photos I have to import everything onto my hd...

is there a way to view the individual files on my camera without importing everything to my hd?... when I browse the camera with finder the folders on the memory stick show up, but not the files... so I don't know what to do.

I was able to do this on Windows.

Frustrating. neye:
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Open the program called "Image Capture", it comes on all Macs and allows you to view everything before you download it from the camera. It's a very very good program that I use now more than iPhoto.

I try to Command+Shift+/ when I can.
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