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AuntNina
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I think I am about to buy a G2, and one of the uses I have for it is e-mailing pictures home on an upcoming trip to Finland.

Hooray for Google, for finding a G2 forum with a moderator in Helsinki!

My specific question: how easy is it to download pictures from the G2 to the computers in Internet cafes in Helsinki? Do I need any additional hardware or software?

General question: what about using a digital camera at Internet cafes in general?

Do I need a laptop? floppy disks? special cables? adaptors? It is possible to e-mail photos from digital cameras via Internet cafes, right?

Thank you!

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jimmyjazz
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It depends on what computers they have if you have a g2 you'll need a comp with a internal USB thing if its a mac you'll need to use 8.6-9.1 if windows you can use XP or below.

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