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Problem with importing images to laptop(macbook) from nikond200 trough data cable

Iam having problem to import images from nikon d200. throug data cable.i dont use any CF card readers i import directly from camera (d200) ...when i connect to pc or macbook, in fraction of second its showing connecting to pc but not connecting to pc or macbook what to do please check our this video and help out thanks alot...

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Camera must be in point-to-point USB mode for remote tethering to work.
In menu with wrench icon, make sure USB is set to "P" point-to-point.

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I am using Nikon Transfer on my Macbook Air with my Nikon D3100. The software on teh PC says, 151 photos selected and transfer successful however i cannot see any of the photos in the provided default...


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Hi, I had the same sort of problem. It started with erratic small flashes but then evolved to the SB-800 not regonizing the D200 at all. The result of this is that I only get TTL and not TTL+BL+FP functionallity.
To solve this I cleaned the hotshoe on the D200 with all purpose cleaner for electical appliances (CRC 5-56). This gave minor improvment. Then I adjusted the spings to the left and right on the hotshoe on the D200 to press harder against the flash's connection (which I suppose is the grounding). Now everything works again.

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This is no problem. Its work also in this condition bcz you import your image and in importing your all images in camera transfer to your pc, if you want to safe your images in your camera please use a card reader to copy your images in your pc. After that your all images also safe your camera.

I hope its very helpful for you

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The symptom you describe sounds like an incorrect white-balance setting when you take the images. Digital cameras are sensitive to the quality of lighting seen when your taking pictures. First thing to try is to manually select a white balance setting and try the photos again. Try google or your manual to find instructions on how to do that. The camera can auto-adjust to some lighting situations, but fails to properly compensate in other situations resulting in the muddy or yellowed images you have seen. There is a product called "expodisc" that corrects for this white balance problem as well. Look it up. David Millier Advance Camera Repair

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