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ALTERNATE WAY TO TRANSFER PHOTOS AND VIDEOS TO A COMPUTER If your photos and videos are stored on the memory card, then remove the memory card from the camera and insert it into an USB memory card reader. Connect this USB memory card reader and memory card into the USB port of your working computer. Your computer will see this as an USB Mass Storage Device or an external storage device; you can then open the folder on the memory card and copy the photos and to your computer. Memory card reader is a handy device and is inexpensive. You can copy photos from other cameras and you can also download photos off your memory card to someone else's computer without the need of installing any programs.
Focusing a web cam that is out of arms reach If your webcam has focus control in the operating software, then this topic may be a little confusing. But for some folks, me being one, the web cam has to be focused by turning a dial on the front of the camera. What's the big deal? The big deal is if you can't reach the camera from where you are sitting and you need to stand and/or lean and reach forward, then how do you focus on you if you're not where you need to be? Assuming that your camera is normally positioned on top of your monitor directly in front of you. Here's what you can do. Sit in your normal position, take the webcam and hold it against your chest and aim it at the monitor. Adjust the focus until the preview image that is displayed on the monitor is clear. Then when you place the cam back in it's normal position, and aim it at you, the image should still be in focus. If your cam is built-in, like the ones that come with many laptops, they usually have auto focus. But if it doesn't, you have no choice but to hold the entire laptop in front of you. In that case, use a mirror that has a stand, an place it where the laptop normally is placed. You can then focus the cam on the image in the mirror. Happy Camming
turn on your camera press the menu button on the back og the camera using the switch to the left of the screen, hit the left side once to move the screen cursor to the small icon on the left of the menu screen that looks like a "penci". now click the button to move the highlight back to the right side then move up or down to select "07" Image Review. hit the 4 way button on the right side to show the two options, on or off. move the highlight up or down to select the one you want (assuming you want "on"), then press the center of the 4way button, "OK". now when you shoot a picture it will show up on the back screen until you touch the shutter release button again.
Turn it on.
Press menu button (bottom right beside monitor)
on the Drive menu, press right arrow (on the navigational arrows - top right) to move to selections.
Move down four options - the one with "the little clock (pointing to 11pm) and a radio".
Press o.k. (the button with the green key underneath)
That should now show the clock as the selected option on the drive option.
Press menu one final time to exit.
Camera is now in timer mode until you reset back.
To reset back > press menu - at drive menu - select the top option (looks like a single page image) - press o.k. - press menu
You may try adjusting the cameras focus. Usually on the front of the camera where the lens is located it will turn left and right. Turn it one way until it gets clearer, if it gets more blurry turn the other way.
Also make sure the lens is clean by taking a soft cloth and wiping it off, some cameras have very small lenses so you may need to use a Q-tip to get the soft cloth onto the lens.
I hope that helps out, if not feel free to let us know.
If you turn on the back LCD, the electronic viewfinder will remain on while in a shooting mode. There is no setting on the camera to use only the back LCD monitor while shooting. If you playback images in the Play mode, only the LCD monitor will turn on. However, if you press the Monitor button while in the Play mode, than the back LCD monitor will turn off. The image will display only in the viewfinder LCD.
TIFF will always show up on the monitor when you scroll to it. If you adjust the Image Quality on the monitor, it will remember your setting even if it shows TIFF when you scroll back to it at another time.
Nikon complies with the industry standard DCF (Design Rule for Camera File Systems) format which governs the file structure of images on memory cards as well as file naming and other image properties. Due to the constraints of this file system, images that have been edited may not be able to be read by the camera when copied back to the card.
The card can, however, be used to move images (or other files) just like any other removable disk. To do this connect the camera to the computer using the "MSC" USB mode (where supported) or use a third-party USB memory card reader. The camera's card will then appear like any other "Removable Device" and files can be copied to it.
Nikon cannot offer additional assistance in transferring images back to the card or viewing edited images on the camera.