Question about Nikon Coolpix S550 Digital Camera
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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YES YOU CAN! i have done this myself. it requires software. most video editing programs can do this. photoshop can also be used: it is a little more advanced, but here goes...play the video on your computer at 100%( for best sharpness) pause the video where you want the capture. make sure the "F Lock" is off on your keyboard(to allow print screen to work). while holding down control "Ctrl", press print screen "PrtScn" on your keyboard. watch your curser--it should blink. if it doesnt blink, then the function keys are locked. NEXT open photoshop. I have CS3 so the sequence may vary slightly. Top left menu bar select "File" and scroll down and select "New". a window will open with a "Preset" that should show "Clipboard". Click OK and a blank doc will open. while holding Ctrl, click "V". Control V means paste. this should past the entire view of your monitor with the video paused. you will want to crop it down to your captured image. Hopefully you have a video editing program that will capture a still. I know Pinnacle will do it.
Posted on Mar 13, 2009
Best way is to only delete them 1 by one. Another is to transfer files (pictures) to your computer delete the ones you don't want, format your card and then put the ones you want to keep on your camera back. You can't delete just a few pictures. I carry 3 memory cards. one just has the pictures I want to show people. I load that card from my computer. The other 2 are like great big rolls of film that let me take lots and lots of pictures without the worry of running out of film. I transfer the pictures I want to show people on my camera to the third one and keep the other 2 erased. Most of my pictures are only on my computer and backed up on DVD's.
Posted on May 11, 2009
You can either connect the camera to the computer using the supplied USB cable, or remove the SD card from the camera and insert it into a card reader attached to the computer. The card reader is the preferred scheme, as it does not drain the camera's battery.
Posted on Dec 27, 2009
The same thing happened to me. So frusterating! Make sure it is in shooting mode. Go to the shooting mode menu and go all the way down the page to "Distortion Control". Change it to off. Now you can select continuous mode.
Posted on Jan 09, 2010
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