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Re: have Nikon D70S looking for software
Don't waste you money on software while traveling, buy a card reader that has a USB plug or cord and then you can download from the SD card direct to a computer - pick one up at a RadioShack or even a Drug Stoe. Pick up an additional card so you don't overwrite the current card. Don't reformat the CD card with the computer do that on the camera when you get back after you download the images you wish to keep. Enjoy
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You need the Camera Control Pro software from Nikon in order to use the D70s from the PC in tethered mode. You can download a free trial version of CCP from
in Vista Nikon Picture Perfect is not a requirement Any photo software will do. I remove my chip and insert it into my printer to upload photos manually as though it were a hard-drive i used to use the firewire and leave the chip in my Nikon d70s and let windows or the photo software of your choice offer to upload the photos for me. Try Picasa or ACDSee Photo Manager and ACDSee Pro peer to peer sites or torrents share these with cracks/serials for you to explore Picasa is free online
The higher the ISO setting the more grain in the photo. Have you somehow set the ISO to say, 1600?
Select ISO setting this way:
Are you shooting in low-light situations (typically indoor)? Try shooting bright scenes and Auto mode, or manually set ISO to 100 or 200 and see if noise persists.