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Basic mini USB lead (that it comes with) or just pop the SD card out of the camera and into your SD slot (or card reader) and transfer that way.
By Kevin Anderson on 03 September 2014
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There is a macro facility but it's basic. When I want good macro shots I use a good DSLR camera
By Bryan Conlon on 10 June 2014
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Camera was bought as a gift and has been handed over, so answer is not known. Why not ask Canon?
By Mrs M. M. on 27 June 2014
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It's a small camera, it depends on the photographer. It's a Canon in my opinion one of the best!
By D. Thomson on 18 October 2014
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Yes it can, mini USB, not micro, so a standard cable. The box contents does state interface cable supplied.
By Amazon Customer on 28 June 2014
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No, there is no optical viewfinder but the screen is quite bright
By Phil_The_Fluter on 14 June 2014
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Hi Terrance,
I bought a Sandisk Ultra 16GB and that works fine,
Richard

By R West on 20 February 2014
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That depends on what you consider to be acceptable quality, and how you intend to view/ display the photos. The A3500 has a small sensor so photos taken in low light at high ISO will be quite grainy and low contrast. They might be acceptable quality if you are only planning to view them on a computer screen, and do not… see more That depends on what you consider to be acceptable quality, and how you intend to view/ display the photos. The A3500 has a small sensor so photos taken in low light at high ISO will be quite grainy and low contrast. They might be acceptable quality if you are only planning to view them on a computer screen, and do not intend to produce prints larger than 4 * 6 inches. If you want a compact camera with better low light performance you need to get one with a larger sensor and manual controls so you can set the ISO as low as possible and use a tripod in low light. see less
By Pauline Belford on 13 February 2017