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I think you have two options: Either
- to figure out how to transfer from built-in memory of the camera, onto the memory card inserted into it.
- to get another connector cable for interface to a computer.
I also think the last is much easier. Would you like me to explain that, and would an online source be OK for the cable, or would you prefer a store in your region (if that last is your preference, please tell me your local zip code, then) ...?
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(Wait while I compose my next response, please.)
I understand your doubts about an old Kodak camera. Kodak as a company has had very hard times lately.
I am now going to look for an online source for your cable, for your model of Kodak camera. It may take up to 5 minutes from now, but I will post again. (Hopefully, with good results and info.) Thanks for your patience.
(And by the way - that $5 you were charged may be your trial fee. I'm not sure, I have no power over billing, but that is what I have heard.)
I already have a result! this cable, if eBay.com is an acceptable vendor for you to buy from, is offered for less than $3 (before shipping and/or tax charges, of course):
If eBay won't do, I may be able to find that cable elsewhere. I presume it is the right cable? take a look at the picture on it, and let me know.
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That's why I asked, whether you could use an eBay source. If you like I will find a different source that does not require an account, to buy it.
Well... Kodak's site said that? I was not aware of such a claim.
I'll look for a different source, non-eBay. Hold on for a few minutes, please...
I have some sources already:
is about $5 before shipping/tax (if any)
from WalMart's site is about $2. I think the last time I ordered from a WalMart site offer, they allowed you to order as a Guest, without opening an account or registering.
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