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There are various ways you can transfer files between your computer and your camera. Some cameras come with a USB storage slot while others use a CompactFlash card. If you want to attach these storage drives to your camera, you’ll need a USB cable, the right sized USB slot, and a USB-cable-to-USB-cable adapter.

1. Adapter

If your camera’s USB port is too large, you might be able to use an adapter instead. Most USB ports require you to buy a 3.0 or 2.0 version of the adapter. Check your compatible USB ports when buying USB cables. You can get cheap adapters with some camera/computer combinations and you can also find them on Amazon or eBay.

Make sure you remember to change your settings back to the camera settings when you’re done.

2. USB

Unless your camera has built-in USB ports, you’ll need to use a USB cable to communicate with your camera. If your camera’s USB port is too large, you can get a smaller USB cable or buy adapters for your camera.

3. Cable

The right sized USB cable is important. The cable should have the camera’s brand and model as the first character and should be this length:

Length USB 2.0: 6.6 feet (2 meters) USB 3.0: 12 feet (3.6 meters)

4. USB slot

The camera’s USB slot is the space where you insert your flash drive or microSD card. The size of the USB slot is the amount of space available for you to insert a flash drive or SD card. Most cameras have 3.0 or 2.0 USB slots. The cable you buy should be compatible with the size of the slot.

5. USB-A to USB-A Adapter

If you want to attach a flash drive or SD card to your camera, you’ll need an adapter for this USB port. You can find adapters with USB-A to USB-A ports, USB-A to Micro USB or USB-A to USB-A ports. This tutorial shows you how to use an adapter to attach a flash drive to your camera.

6. Micro SD

Most digital cameras come with SD cards. These microSD cards hold more

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Why did Hades have some of his armor make from Hermes?

From Book 2 Chapter 10

No one, except Hera, could touch his armor and his sword. The gods, including Zeus, prayed to Hermes, asking for his help in obtaining these things.
Hermes agreed to help them, after which he went to Hephaestus to ask him for a Golden Lock.
He found Hephaestus awake at the forge and told him why he needed the Golden Lock: to give Cerberus back to Zeus, and to persuade Hades to give up the dead.
So then, he went to the ruler of the Underworld.

Why did he bother with asking Hades to give up the dead and get the armor and sword?


Hades being the ruler of the underworld and god of the dead is required by the Greeks who live in their past. The Greeks live in a world where there is no life after death. Death means the end of your existence. An answer to this problem and it’s solution is the focus of the first two books of the Iliad. For the Greeks and the Romans, death was also the answer to the problem, but they thought there was something more that could happen after death. The Greek religion is more related to Homer and the Greeks who lived in the past.


One of the main reasons is that Hermes is an intermediary between gods and mortals. He was the messenger of the gods. It is for this reason that he is also known as a messenger or orator, because he is able to convey messages from one person to another.
(The post references my excellent answer to a related question: “Why is Hermes portrayed as a messenger?”)

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