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Nikon D200 I can't seem to import pictures on to my pc. I shoot in RAW. I have Picture Project loaded which came with the camera. I also have Adobe Elements which normally imports my pictures. It wont read the compact flash card in this instant but if I go through my computer, and look at the D200 picture file, I can see all the thumb nails. Can't remember how you are meant to import with just Nikon provided software!! Help! In a rush, about to go on trip to Africa and need to make sure I load all right software to import and save images on to a netbook whilst I am away! Susei

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  • weeks_sj Jun 15, 2009

    I don't really want to download a new programme. I'd like to understand what the steps are to use the Nikon software (Picture Project, NX Capture) or the Adobe Elements 5.0.



    I know that the Nikon software works fine to import the images even if I do use NX Capture or Adobe to then work on the images. My card reader works fine on other cards, compact flash and SD, it's just this one card that Adobe won't read properly, but having looked at them through the Nikon Picture Perfect (which comes with the Nikon D200) I can see all the files, they aren't corrupted, I just dont know how/remember how to import them. I need someone who is familiar with this software to tell me, you do a, then b, c means .... etc....



    Sorry, don't mean to be picky, I just need to learn!

  • weeks_sj Jun 15, 2009

    Does anyone have experience of importing RAW images using the Nikon provided software? (Picture Project)

  • weeks_sj Jun 15, 2009

    Hi, I believe that's what I've done in the past, but although the files appear there, I don't seem to be able to view them as thumbnails now, or copy them. Any ideas?

    Aperture seems to whizz through saying it's found a 100 or so files, but when I hit 'get pictures' is says it can't read card and I should check the battery (it doesn't have one!). Is this a processing power issue?

  • weeks_sj Jun 15, 2009

    In desperation I tried copying them on a completely different laptop and it has worked fine. it's got to be something corrupted with the pc

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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.

http://safemanuals.com/annexe_QUICK%20START%20GUIDE_NIKON_D200-_E.htm

Hope it may helps:

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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

  • Ekse Jun 15, 2009

    well windows by default can't view RAW pictures, you need a special viewing program for them, like infranview.

    I don't know about that Get pictures feature, Just try the manual method of selecting the pictures that you want then right click, copy, then go to your desktop, make a new folder, go inside that folder and paste.




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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!

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