Question about Nikon Cameras
All procedures on how to pictures is in the user mnual about Picture Project loaded.
Just click below to download D200 user manual pdf files.
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Posted on Jun 16, 2009
You know, you don't really need any software.
Open my computer, find the camera / its drive
open it up. open any folders you come across, and you will find your RAW images etc.
Select the pictures, all of them for example (ctrl+a is a good shortcut, or hold down control and click on a few, or drag a box around them with your mouse)
With the selection done, right click on one of the selected pictures (so that the selection doesn't go away) Then select Copy, now go to your desktop or any folder or place on your computer where you want to store the pictures, right click and paste.
Your pictures are now stored / imported on that location and you can open them with any program you wish. since they are now stored on your computer you can remove them from the card if you wish.
Any program that supports RAW pictures can view or edit them.
Posted on Jun 15, 2009
I would firstly avoid the bundled software, they're usually never good.
Download Windows Live Photo Gallery and try to use that to import your pictures. It should work flawlessly. Any problems let me know.
It is downloadable here, easy to use and free.
Best of luck!
Posted on Jun 15, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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