How to Use an Innovage Mini Digital Camera

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Innovage is a producer of inexpensive digital cameras. These cameras are lightweight and are attachable to key chains. Due to its size, the cameras are not incredibly durable, but you are guaranteed to always have a camera on hand. The digital camera does not come with many features, other than the ability to take simple pictures through the digital lens.

Things You'll Need

  • USB data cable
  • Driver installation CD
  • Press the "Power" button on the back of the digital camera. A small LCD screen on the camera lights up, displaying what is seen through the camera lens.

  • Press the "Capture" button on the digital camera. This records the content onto a built in memory unit. There is no zoom or other options available on the camera.

  • Insert the driver installation CD into the computer you want to upload the images to. The driver is required for the computer to read the camera. Once inserted, a driver installation wizard appears on the screen. Follow the brief prompts to complete the installation.

  • Restart the computer, then insert the USB data cable into the USB port on the digital camera. Plug the opposite end of the cable into a USB port on the computer.

  • Click "Start," (My) "Computer" and double-click the removable device icon. A window appears with all the images stored on the Innovage mini digital camera. Click-and-drag the images to the computer (copy the files to any location, ranging from the desktop to a specific image folder.) Once the files have finished copying right-click the images and choose "Delete" to remove the pictures from the camera."

  • Close out the removable device window, right-click the icon and select "Eject." When the icon disappears from view disconnect the Innovage mini digital camera from the computer.

References

  • Photo Credit computer image by Ewe Degiampietro from Fotolia.com
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