While digital cameras are becoming quite commonplace, there are times when you need a traditional single-use camera. Single-use cameras like the Kodak FunSaver are easy to use, and they make wonderful gifts and favours for weddings, parties and other special events. Although the Kodak FunSaver is not digital, it is still possible to get those prints from the camera on to the computer.
- Skill level:
- Moderately Easy
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Things you need
- Photo CD
Take your Kodak FunSaver camera to your local photo lab and have the film processed. Check the "Photo CD" box on the film-processing envelope.
Log on to your computer and place the photo CD in the computer's CD or DVD drive. Right-click on the "My Computer" icon and choose "Explore" from the drop-down list to view the drives on your computer.
Find the drive letter that corresponds to your CD or DVD drive. On most computers, this will be the "D" drive. Highlight all the pictures from the photo CD by highlighting the first one, holding down the "Shift" key, scrolling down to the last one and then clicking your mouse.
Right-click one of the highlighted files and choose "Copy" from the drop-down list. Highlight the folder on your hard drive where you want to save the pictures. Right-click on that folder and choose "Paste" from the menu. Open the folder to verify that the pictures transferred.
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