Question about Nikon Coolpix 2000 Digital Camera
I would like to use Nikon View to transfer edited images back to the memory card so that I can take them to the printer or show a slide show. Can this be done?
Posted by Anonymous on
I can't believe that this is not simple and possible through Nikon Transfer. People have to be able to transfer edited images in order to print them. I would say that this is the best reason I have heard so far to trash my nikon software and not use it. If Nikon is ready to break into a software market and wants professionals to give them the time of day or even to be taken seriously this is an obvious matter that needs a solution. - Dissapointing.
Posted on Apr 04, 2008
Nikon complies with the industry standard DCF (Design Rule for Camera File Systems) format which governs the file structure of images on memory cards as well as file naming and other image properties. Due to the constraints of this file system, images that have been edited may not be able to be read by the camera when copied back to the card. The card can, however, be used to move images (or other files) just like any other removable disk. To do this connect the camera to the computer using the "MSC" USB mode (where supported) or use a third-party USB memory card reader. The camera's card will then appear like any other "Removable Device" and files can be copied to it. Nikon cannot offer additional assistance in transferring images back to the card or viewing edited images on the camera.
Posted on Aug 30, 2005
Connect the cam to a pc and turn it on. Discard the box that pops up. Open windows explorer. You'll see Removable Disk listed in the folders pane. Drop all image files you want to transfer to a folder named Nikon under the Removable Disk folder. But the files must be named DSCNxxxx for the camera to understand them.
Posted on Sep 13, 2005
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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