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Uploading pictures back onto my camera

I deleted picture from my camera once i transferred them onto my computer, but i wanted to put a few back onto it. How could i copy the pictures back onto my camera?

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Set the camera to MTP instead of PTP in the settings menu on the camera. This will allow it to operate as a USB device instead of only interacting with the Nikon software.

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Hit menu on the camera, go to the setup menu, and select USB and then make sure it's set to "Mass Storage" and not "PTP". Then connect the camera.

Hope this helps.

Posted on Jul 30, 2008

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    Were you able to get them off?

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Brilliant!

This totally works. I've found about 15 pages on the web that essentially say "it can't be done without a card reader" -- but this worked perfectly first try.

Good job JackHeath!

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