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Picking which photos to import in iPhoto


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so apple decided to drop support for the samsung Digimax 130

So i have to borrow my brothers kodak for everything. He likes to leave ALOT of pictures on the memory card. How can select only the pictures I WANT to import? and not touch his?

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You can just import them all but have it leave them on the camera and delete the ones you don't want in your iPhoto...let him deal with what he doesn't want on the camera

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ugh that really SUCKS! because hes got the dates all mismatched, so iphoto puts them in like 5 different photos!

heres 1 task ill just use windows for

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could you buy your own memory card to use with his camera and a card reader?

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trade cameras?
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jeez, such a SIMPLE TASK, why hasnt apple implemented this?

Im probably just going to get a USB card reader, because apple likes to drop support for all kinds of things as the versions go on. Ill have to isntall classic just to use my camera again. It worked all the way up to OSX 10.3.3.

Wonder if i could compile and use the linux driver.

This is jsut stupidity on apples part.

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Sounds to me like Samsung dropped support for the Mac.
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jeez, such a SIMPLE TASK, why hasnt apple implemented this?

Im probably just going to get a USB card reader, because apple likes to drop support for all kinds of things as the versions go on. Ill have to isntall classic just to use my camera again. It worked all the way up to OSX 10.3.3.

Wonder if i could compile and use the linux driver.

This is jsut stupidity on apples part.
Just use the filer.

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Samsung released drivers for OS9. Mac OSX had drivers included up until osx3.3, so i dont know whos at fault.

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