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OS 10.4 - Make my digital camera mount on the desktop?


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Hey everyone,

I have 2 Canon cameras and when I connect them, iPhoto loads and lets me import the pictures, which is fine. I seem to remember in the past though I used to have the camera appear on my desktop as a removable disk where I could browse the images. Is there some way to turn that option on? My main issue is I take a lot of pictures, but I always forget to erase them from the camera. So when I want to import 2 or 3 pictures, iPhoto always loads and then tries to import all 50 or so on the camera again. Need some way to just browse them first, thanks!
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