Greetings, I would try using another software program to do the import. Try this free one from Google: http://picasa.google.com/ It is called Picasa and it is very user friendly and has basic editing capabilities. Take Care, -WN
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I just addressed this with my wife. Each of these mobile devices utilize file formats that give them an advantage to save, edit, transmit, conserve data space, etc with in their own product line. They are not universal. ie my wife tried to save a bunch of iphone pics from facebook to a disc so she could print off disc at store. The file format was .php. and not a single pic was usable yet the file said they were there. They weren't. I repeated all of her work and saved them all to a new directory as a .jpeg file. To do this, instead of a right click then save as; I double clicked the picture which opened it in a photo editor then right clicked hit save as then changed the file format to .jpeg instead of .php.Could not have been done without a laptop. I don't care how much my techie son says, mobile devices do not do as much as laptops. I hate mobile devices. Hope you found this helpful.
Is this a new problem - that is, did it work in the past? Are you trying to import jpeg or raw?
First thing is to see if it is iphoto or the camera that has a problem.
Try uploading the images to another computer (try a PC - not that it is better, but PC is different). If the images can be seen & read there, the images are likely fine and iphoto may need an upgrade to read the format from the finepix s1500. Alternately, try copying the photos from your memory card (use a memory card reader) to your hard disk. See if another application can see the images (even use a word processor to import image), or e-mail the image to yourself and then use your web-browser to see the image.
If the camera images can't be read by multiple computers/multiple readers, then it may be that your memory card is corrupted.
Instead of downloading from the camera, try using a card reader to download it. The use of an inexpensive card reader is a much easier, faster, and less error prone way to download your photos and videos. In fact there are several important reasons discussed in this blog article link for using a card reader vice downloading from the camera. USB Card readers are also very inexpensive these day, with cost virtually not an issue.
Hello Jrmb, I would like to know what mode are you clicking these photos
in.. because overexposure is due to either slow shutter speeds or large
aperture. Try setting the camre mode according to the surrounding light
conditions.. for example, no need of flash when you are clicking
pictures in broad day light, instead of setting the camera on Auto
mode, try using Portrait mode for short distance (5 to 6 meters away)
Let me know if that fixes the issue.
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Hey midgykins, There are numerous photo recovery programs available for either sale or for free over the internet. I would search the internet for photo recovery program and you should get multiple results. I would try the free programs first because if one program doesn't recover your images it doesn't mean another program wouldn't work. I hope this helps! Sincerely, Allan Go Ahead. Use Us.