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ietk1970
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Hello I own a G11 and I wanted to know if it is possible to hook the camera to a notebook/Pc and take pictures with it, like see the photos right on the screen as you take them, if possible how it can be done? thanks.

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it's called remote capture and I think the g10 was the last g series that had the function

http://photography-on-the.net ...hlight=remote+captu​re+g11

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Thanks.

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DaryleH
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Keeping my G9, I shoot humingbirds from the comfort of my Wallhugger:-)

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