Question about Cameras
When viewing my pictures on my nikon D60, I am able to view some pictures, but then it says file does not contain image data... what is that?
Thats a good question. Can you view the same picture on your computer? have you edited the photos you are trying to view (even rotated them on the PC), or re-named them. If you have renamed them, you will need to change the name back to the same format as they were when taken EG: NI7000001 (similar number is OK, but must have the same amount of characters in filename) ..., connect computer and browse to folder where photos are, see if the ones you are trying to view are viewable on pc, and check their names. also see if the size of the ones you are trying to view are smaller or larger size, as they may be corrupt. I would copy them all off the camera and then format the card in the camera. A lot of problems occur when the card is not formatted for long periods of time.
Posted on Sep 27, 2009
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