Question about Polaroid M635 Digital 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".
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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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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