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Can't view photos on camera

The photos had all been moved to a desktop computer. I tried to return them to the camera card.
When I put the card in my laptop, I can view all the photos; but when the card is is the camera and you try to view the photos, the message says "no images".
Why???

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The image when recorded in the camera is known as JPEG[EXIF}
The EXIF bit is all the essential data the camera recorded about the camera [make model] exposure detail and much else.
When the computer gets the images - it does not know about or need EXIF so it ignores it.
Thus the images becomes a plain JPEG.
Cameras cannot read plain JPEG.
There are ways and means of 'restoring'[fudging to fool the camera]
but in reality is it worth it?
However if you want to try down load and learn to use Irfanview[Its free - simply type 'Irfanview' in your browser.

Posted on Nov 22, 2008

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