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I use the iA auto setting to take all my photos. I want to transfer the photos to my Samsung Chromebook, but the two devices do not seem to be compatible. Any suggestions?

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Convert NEF format to JPEG


You can use the Nikon View program that should have been included with the camera. or you download the current versions of Nikon ViewNX or Nikon Capture available free at Nikon Imaging Products Software

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How do i tranfer my photos from sumsung chromebook to usb


I'm not familiar with the Chromebook OS but I'm assuming that you should be able to copy and paste them if it doesn't have a programme or app you can do it from.
1. Insert your usb device (your chromebook should recognize this as an additional drive).
2. Open the folder with the photos you want to transfer select *copy
then open the window for the usb drive and select *paste (*usually commands found when you right click on a mouse).

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D70s I shoot raw. Thumbnail picture on LCD is ok. when downloaded to computer have picture is perfect other half out of focus and look like ribbon or rainbow?


When you are using the raw format, you are also taking a jpeg basic photo. The camera display on;y show the jpeg. Most windows programs only show jpg also. In order to view the raw files, you must use s/w capable, such as Photoshop or the s/w that came with the Nikon (Picture View, I think/ Compare both jpg and raw files. If they both exhibit the same anomoly, than more than likely you have a dirty or bad CCD sensor.


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Oct 27, 2010 | Nikon D70s Digital Camera

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I shoot RAW/basic jpg. I review them there is a contrast differen


This is normal. Bear in mind that the JPEG file has all the image processing done, while the RAW is just the raw data. Depending on your image settings (contrast, saturation, sharpening, etc) you may see some differences.

Nov 24, 2009 | Nikon D200 Digital Camera with Nikkor AF-S...

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Unable to view photos on camera memory card


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.

Feb 10, 2009 | Nikon D300 Body Only Digital Camera

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Panasonic FZ18


I do know what that means... :) Most programs don't deal with the information in RAW photos automatically--RAW Photos MUST be "developed" electronically in order to be seen "correctly." The Silkypix software that came with your camera is one software that will allow you to do this. Adobe Lightroom2 is another.

This camera allows you to shoot JPEG or RAW + JPEG
(The mode I recommend--despite it taking up large amounts of memory on your SDHC cards.) The reason I like this mode is you have the JPEG which provides you with instant gratification where you can get a pretty clear picture of what you got in the shot--but the RAW let's you do infinitely more with developing the image.

It's the best of Both worlds.

Of course you can shoot in High Quality JPEG alone if you just want to point and shoot and only make minor corrections to your shots but you lose significant pixel and other electronic data in the JPEG format that is present in RAW.

For more information about RAW format digital photography, visit Digitial Photography School online (free!) and other photographic tutorial sites.

I hope this is helpful!



Sep 25, 2008 | Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ18K Digital Camera

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Raw Photos


"AW files are usually proprietary to the camera manufacturer and sometimes to the specific model of camera. That means, only the camera that takes the picture can understand the information collected on the camera sensors. That information is then translated by means of firmware (software) built into the camera and the usual result is a more user friendly format called JPEG."
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Understanding RAW Format
Read also wikipedia :
Raw image format
In substance many software do not manage Raw format, this is normal. The newer photoshop CS3 can manage some Raw format , depending on the camera.

Photoshop 6 does not read Sony RAW format.
You need to export pictures from camera using jpeg, or to use a converter software if pictures are already on computer, see:
Convert RAW to JPG

Aug 20, 2008 | Adobe Photoshop 6.0 for PC

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Clarity of Photos


Good results are usually possible with the trusty old D70s.

Obviously, run through your settings and ensure you have everything sorted for max quality: Set quality to Fine, size to large, ISO 200-400 (turn auto ISO to off).

Next check the JPEG processing settings. Make sure the sharpening and/smoothing are set to minimum or low. You could also try shooting on RAW which would help eliminate the JPEG processing settings as the problem. If your RAW files are still ****, your camera may be on the way out. If the RAW;'s are better, your JPEG settings need attention or the processor is having issues.

Assuming your settings are all fine and your lens is of reasonable quality the images should be pretty sharp. But at the end of the day the D70 is getting on a bit and with only 6.1mp zooming in heaps is never going to be pretty.

If the "blobs" of colour and pixelation are severe you may have a sensor or processing issue.

Jul 02, 2008 | Nikon D70s Digital Camera

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Canon 20d raw to pc


Have you ever been able to view the pictures on your pc?
Have you got a card reader that can view the card contents externaly from the camera?
I found the Canon software is quite as happy from a card reader as it is reading from the camera. (I have the next model up, 30D.)
Have you tried upgrading your software, or tried using a third party image program to read the raw files?
Over to you!

Dec 29, 2007 | Canon EOS-20D Digital Camera

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Photo transfer


WELLOFAN - try converting the files to .jpg or .jpeg

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