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In order to select RAW mode, first check if your camera is in either Manual(M)/(A)/(AV)/(Ev) modes. Then go to setting-picture format-RAW/RAW+Basic.
In order to edit the RAW picture, you need to update the RAW version if you are using Adobe Photoshop for editing your pictures.
If you have not done so, go to the Nikon website at www.nikon.com and download the free Nikon transfer software. Install it on your computer. Once you do, you will be able to transfer both raw and jpg photos from your camera. If you are shooting all raw photos, Windows will not recognize nef file extensions without adding the proper codecs. The Nikon software lets you do this.
You don't need any special program. If you've shot in RAW+F then you have two copies of every photograph on your memory card. One is RAW, the other is JPEG. Any photo cataloging/viewing program can handle JPEG photos.
The best way to download pictures from your camera to your computer involves removing the memory card from the camera and plugging it into a card reader (either built-in to the computer or connected via USB or FireWire). This is likely to be faster than connecting the camera to the computer, and won't run down your camera's batteries.
Once the card is plugged in, it will appear to your computer as a removable drive. You can use the operating system's drag&drop facility to copy pictures from the card to the computer's hard drive, the same way you copy any other files. Or you can use any photo transfer program such as Nikon Transfer ( http://support.nikontech.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/61 ) or Picasa ( http://picasa.google.com ).
If you want to deal with the RAW version, you can use Nikon ViewNX2 (see the Nikon Transfer link above).
With a card reader, you can move all the photos from your digital camera to computer. After that, you can take advantage of iTunes to transfer photos to your iPad. This should be easy, but please note that the RAW files takes much more storage space than the JPEG files, so you'd better take a look at your storage space of your iPad before you import photos from camera to iPad.
After importing photos from camera to iPad, you can view them with the Photos app on your iPad. The RAW files can also be read on your tablet, and supported RAW files are exactly the same as your Mac computer does. http://www.leawo.org/tutorial/how-to-transfer-photos-from-camera-to-ipad.html
Please remove the SD card from the camera. Connect the SD card to the computer using the external memory card reader and then transfer all the images in the computer or laptop. Then try to open all the images.
Hi, Transfer all pictures in memory card to computer, disconnect camera form computer, press Menu/ Home and go to memory stick option, select Format to delete all pictures at once and will refresh memory card. You can delete pictures one by one through Delete button on camera.
Regarding supplied software with camera (picbridge or picture motion browser) please click Cancel when it prompts up when camera get connected with computer and click My Computer, click any new hard drive letter that might show as mass storage or similar word (this is memory card storage) and click its folders to copy/ cut the pictures and paste these files in computer. Hope this info will help you. Thanks.
It sounds like jpeg file corruption. What do the pictures look like on the camera's screen?
If they look OK, try using a card reader to transfer the pictures and not the camera. do they transfer OK now? If not then the card may have a problem OR there is a problem with the USB on the computer that is causing it.
If they look wrong on the camera then it's possibly the card at fault.
What I would do is download what pictures you can and then give up on the others and reformat the card in the camera. That will clear the card as if it as brand new. Take some more pictures and see if you can transfer them successfully.
I've had a card fail (so far only 1) and it's really annoying, reformatting didn't help either, it was still faulty!
There is always the possibility that the camera is at fault! I hope not.
Try shooting some pictures in RAW format instead of jpeg and see what happens then.