Last night I connected my wife's iPhone 5 running iOS 7.x.x with the intention of downloading the ~700 images she had on the phone. I thought I had done this previously, but honestly could not remember the details of any past labors. As expected, the Windows 7 Image Import wizard came to life asking if I wanted to download the images. I've used this tool many times in the past and it is configured to not delete anything after the import. I tested this on my own iPhone 5 just before I attempted the wife's phone last night. After the importation of images from my wife's iPhone 5, I noticed it only did so for the most recent 100 images, not touching the oldest 600 images. This seemed to indicate 'to me' that either this particular Windows 7 computer has somehow remembered it previously imported the 600 oldest images before, or that some prior import activity tagged the images as haven already been imported. Anyway, I cannot seem to get the entire collection copied from her phone to this particular Windows 7 computer. The Photos Sync function within iTunes on this computer seems to suggest it will sync the contents of a folder to the phone, which is exactly the opposite of what I want to do. Is there another option without having to buy software and not use Cloud services?