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How do i copy or move a picture from the camera to the sd card

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Full details of camera, model etc please then I will try to help. Sounds like a Canon Flash Video camera ?

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I have taken the sd card out of the camera, downloaded to my computer and now the camera will not read the sd card? Please help


Hi John,

First, make sure you have the photos on the computer. Once you know they are - then you know you have a working copy of them.

The problem you're describing can be the result of MOVING the files - rather than COPYING the files. Moving is the process of moving the original files from the card and putting them on the PC - while copying leaves the original files on the card and creates a copy on the PC. If you MOVED them then you shouldn't expect to see the original files on the card any longer.

If you copied them and the card no longer shows them or if you copied or moved them and the card is no longer visible the card may have been removed before it completed the file move / copy operation. You should only remove a card / usb drive / similar device when a message pops up saying it is safe to do so.

If: 1) there are no files visible, 2) the card can no longer be read or 3) your computer says the card needs to be formatted first - you may need to do that in an attempt to make the card useable again. If you do not have a copy of the files on your PC - try to copy them to another PC before formatting the card. If you can not get copies of the pictures / files on a 2nd PC, the files / pictures on the card are likely lost. You may find utilities than can restore them however (see link below)

recover pictures from memory card Google Search

Good memory card management includes 1) copying files from memory cards, 2) verifying that they have transferred successfully *and* finally 3) formatting the memory card *in* the camera; *not* the PC. Most cameras offer options to format cards - which is superior to simply deleting files or formatting in a PC. The camera tends to set the card up for its own use - rather than for a PC's use. Formatting the card in the camera can introduce subtle differences that make it worthwhile to do.

Not as much a big deal nowadays - but older devices, cameras, etc. can read / write only to "straight" SD cards. Today, there are SDHC and SDXC types. Make *sure* that you're using the type card your camera expects. Using an SDHC or SDXC card can have unpredictable results when used in devices that expect the older, "straight" SD (no "HC" and no "XC" suffix) type cards. More details about card types can be found linked below:

Back to Basics The Difference Between SD SDHC SDXC and Which is Best for...

Jun 17, 2015 | Bell & Howell DNV16HDZ Full HD Rogue Night...

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1. Put the SD card into the computers cardreader.
2. Connect the camera through USB with the computer .
3. Copy the pictures.

If you have trouble with the SD card:
1. Copy all the pictures to the computer.
2. Format the sd card in the camera.
3. Copy the pictures back onto the sd card.

Aug 31, 2011 | Olympus SP800UZ Digital Camera

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Need help with moving pictures from internal Kodak Z740 to SD card


Hi.

You will need to use a computer, there is no option for direct transfer from internal memory to SD card.

Remove the SD card from inside the camera and connect the camera to the computer using an USB cable. With no SD card the computer will show the pictures stored in camera's internal memory. Copy the pictures in the internal memory in computer hard disk, then eventually move them onto the SD card.

Regards.

Ginko

Jul 18, 2011 | Pentax Optio S Digital Camera

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Don't know how to get pictures saved on my Nikon P90 hard "memory" bc I took pics without a sd card in it. Now, need to get them "off" or copied/saved on sd card.


You can move the pics to your computer first, as for some camera, if you insert a SD card, you won't find the pics on the camera hard memory.

Jan 18, 2011 | Nikon Cameras

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Cannot figure out how to move pictures taken on Nikon 3200 without SD card in by accident. Want to move pics from camera to SD card. How?


Use the Copy command in the Playback menu to copy your pictures from internal memory to the SD card, then download them from the card as usual. Full details are in the "Copy" section beginning on page 79 of the manual.

Dec 28, 2010 | Nikon Coolpix 3200 Digital Camera

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I cant uploadd pictures from my sony cybershot carmera i put in a disk & i also put in the USB cable & the pictures still wont come up & or on the start menu.


Hello You need to install the drivers to the computer from the CD comes with it, after installation it will able to move the pictures from camera.
you can also move pictures from SD Card of camera to computer by putting SD card in card reader and just use "copy and paste".
Good luck, feel free fro more assistance
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Dec 08, 2010 | Cameras

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Can't transfer internal photo


You can copy the pictures from the internal memory to the memory card as described on this page of the extended user guide.

Jun 12, 2009 | Kodak EASYSHARE M1063 Digital Camera

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SD card and camera


Hi nomi_101,

The option that you're lookig for is usually found in the camera's menu. As I remember for Samsung digital camera this option is under "Setup Menu 4" and under that there is the option for "Copy to Card" just highlight that option in your camera select it and select "Yes".

Basically, ALL images, and movie clips and voice recording files (if any) saved in the internal memory are copied to the SD memory card after the "Processing!" message is displayed. Note that when you move images that are stored in the internal memory to the memory card, the next number of file names will created in the card to avoid duplication of the file name. So it won't copy over any picture with the same name/number in your memory card.

Try this out first. Otherwise if you don't see this option I think it's best to check your camera's user manual for the correct procedure, since most camera's have different menu layout and option names. If you don't have the manual you can donwload a copy at http://www.samsungcamera.com/customer/download/cus_down_main.asp just pick the correct camera manual.

Hope this helps!

Peace! :)

Oct 22, 2008 | Samsung Digimax S500 Digital Camera

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I have a canon powershot digital elph. I recently got back from a trip and took my SD card and put it into my laptop and viewed the pictures on my computer. Then I copied and pasted the pictures from my...


Sounds like you are not tackling this the right way.

The proper way is to connect your camera using a USB to mini-D connector direct to the laptop. Use the Import facility to transfer the images to a folder.

Failing that, you don't Copy and Paste, you Right Click Drag.

Insert the SD Card into the laptop slot or a Card Reader to USB. Open File Explorer. Click on the SD card at the bottom of the left hand pane. Highlight the images you want in the right pane, either individually, or multiple (hold down CTRL key, click each one, or hold down SHIFT key, click beginning of block and then end of block of images). Now the clever stuff, Right Click and Drag the images to the folder on the left of the two panes, release the Right Click and choose Copy Here, or Move Here.

I would transfer all the images to your laptop, Format the SD Card in the Camera, and then transfer any images back to the camera if you need, but really, the SD card should be for capturing the images and the computer hard drive for storage, plus backups to Memory Sticks or External Hard Drive.

You can also try using Windows to Repair the Drive (SD Card). Right Click on the SD Card, Properties, Tools, Check for Errors.

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