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Yes, I can
By Birendra D. on July 3, 2014
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Absolutely, the files the camera creates can easily be read on your Mac! There are two ways to get them from the camera to the Mac.
First, the easy way. Take the SD card out of the camera and put it in the SD card slot on your Mac. The files can then be found by Photos or other photo editing software. (If you don't h… see more
Absolutely, the files the camera creates can easily be read on your Mac! There are two ways to get them from the camera to the Mac.
First, the easy way. Take the SD card out of the camera and put it in the SD card slot on your Mac. The files can then be found by Photos or other photo editing software. (If you don't have a slot on your Mac, SD card readers can be had for cheap, just do a search here on Amazon.)
The other way is to download the Fujifilm driver, install it on your Mac, then connect the camera to the USB port on your Mac. see less
Absolutely, the files the camera creates can easily be read on your Mac! There are two ways to get them from the camera to the Mac.
First, the easy way. Take the SD card out of the camera and put it in the SD card slot on your Mac. The files can then be found by Photos or other photo editing software. (If you don't have a slot on your Mac, SD card readers can be had for cheap, just do a search here on Amazon.)
The other way is to download the Fujifilm driver, install it on your Mac, then connect the camera to the USB port on your Mac.

By Bill Nelson on November 30, 2015
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Yes. you can take video with this camera. Just push one easy button, you start to take video. It is HD video for 720P,
but not for 1080P.

By S. chen on May 27, 2014
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It has a rechargeable battery..... and the charger is included with the camera.
By Susannah on July 7, 2014