Question about Nikon D300 Body Only Digital Camera
I have a memory card in my Nikon D60. I formatted it according to the manual, but when I put it in my HP printer there are no files. The only way I can see pictures is to USB the camera to my computer and then use the Nikon transfer software. Why am I not able to see these jpeg files which are labeled csc_xxxx?
Is the camera shooting in RAW mode? If so, the files will not be in JPG format. Perhaps your Nikon download software converts to JPG for you?
I'm a Canon user myself, so forgive me if my terminology is not correct for the Nikon, but the theory is the same...
On my canon I can choose to shoot JPG mode, or RAW+JPG - this is the only way the card can be read directly on a PC.
Posted on Feb 10, 2009
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