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(Oakland, CA, USA)
I have a Canon digital camera. I can view pictures That I took in video mode by mistake. However, when I took memory card to have photos printed were not visible by reader. How can I print themHi Mott,
Thanks for your question to Canon Camera Geek about your Canon camera. It is difficult for me to address your question with the information you gave me, but it sound like you may have not actually taken any still photos.
If you were in video mode, you likely only took videos and not any actually digital photos.
Your camera may be showing a thumbnail image of the video. That thumbnail isn't a separate digital image file, so it can;t be printed. This is only a guess, based on what you told me.
Hope that helps.
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