I recently pruchased this camera, and it is working fine, other than some photos in jpeg form will not upload. they view in thumnail form on the camera, but not full size on either the camera of the computer... only the jpeg icon comes up
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You can try to reformat the sd card. Sometimes cards will contain data that disrupts the reading process.
Also, sometimes if you edit images on the pc, such as rotating them in Window's image viewer, it will rewrite the image as a jpeg that is unrecognized in the camera.
Lastly, check to see if the photos are being saved to the sd card or the camera.
you maybe taking shots in raw which is fine but depending on what OS you have and computer hardware might mean your pc is struggling to open them. might want to check your photo resolution settings by pressing menu button and on the first list you should see the quality mode your using try taking shots in jpeg see if that helps.
if its already taking photos in jpeg then i highly recommend downloading picasa as it has an excellent photo viewer which you can enable as your default photo viewer. opens raw and jpeg photos no problem.
I don't know how you're downloading your pictures, but if they are taken as TIFF in the camera, they should download as such. Try downloading them to a folder you create on your desktop and then work with them from there.
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.
The question to ask is - is you camera happy with a 2 Gig card?
Coming to files on the card you could try one or more of the recovery programs for example www.convar.com for 'pc inspector' see what this manages to pull up.
You also try 'Irfanview' which has a little more latitude at file discrimination that a regular editor.
There seems to be a corruption of file type between camera and computer
The fact that the computer wont play mov. but the camera will if back loaded seems odd.
JPEG files can and do go wonky if back loaded to camera after editing because essential info for the camera has been deleted.
A JPEG file as produced by a camera is properly called an EXIF file because has has EXtendedINformation.
Lose it and the camera wont know it. Like wise older PC's such Win 98 and older software don't know about EXIF so they chop it off
So something like that is happening here.
Check out Tech Support at Kodak see what they can tell you.