You may well be correct. I do this with my Fuji F10, but don't use the
camera very often since acquiring my E-510. It is very convenient, but could
wind up causing a problem.
Tullahoma, TN USA
----- Original Message -----
From: "Moose" <olymoose@xxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Wednesday, September 10, 2008 11:54 PM
Subject: [OM] Re: e330 question
> Jim Nichols wrote:
>> Moose, Richard,
>> One of the advantages on Elements 6.0 is its image acquisition software.
>> When I connect my cameras to a USB port and identify them as a data
>> source, the software starts up, allows me to choose a file name and
>> location for the images, and, after acquiring the images, asks me whether
>> or not to delete the images from the camera.
> This is not unusual at all. It's inherited from it's big brother, CS
> Bridge. Many viewing, editing and/or cataloging programs do the same
> thing. FastStone, BreezeBrowser, Picassa and MS Expression Media come
> immediately to mind, and I'm sure there are several others.
>> I normally choose "yes" and the camera card is cleared of images.
> That might not be a wise choice with an xD card. I certainly wouldn't do
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