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My querry is the opposite: how can I transfer pictures FROM my pc TO my camera.

I could do that, the picture was succesfully transfered to the memory card ( checked in my PC as a removable drive), but it does not appear in the camera monitor. It seems the camera cannot read this file

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Most cameras will not display pictures that have been edited in any way on a computer. Opening a photo and saving it without making any changes counts as editing.

If the picture is an unedited picture from the same camera, make sure it's in an appropriate folder inside the DCIM folder.

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