Question about Canon Cameras
I cannot import images from EOS 20D. I ge a message "import media could not be recognized" although the number of images are read from the camera.
I have a Vista OS
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: setup and loading pictures..
my computer makes the windows uploder pop-up. when it pops up make sure it says "cyber-shot photo viewer" or something of the like.
then right click on the little binoculars in your taskbar (look down at the far right corner where all those little icons are, it's called "cyber-shot viewer media check tool"
right click, import settings, then specify a file to drop the images.
thats the only thing i can think of. call sony if that doesn't help. good luck
Posted on Mar 04, 2008
SOURCE: importing pictures
I have found that the easiest way to send pictures from any digital camera to a Macintosh is to use a card reader. Just go buy a simple, basic usb card reader for your type of memory (SD, XD, etc.) Then, pop the card out of the camera and into the reader to read it on the Mac. There are fewer software incompatibilities this way, and it transfers much faster than using a cable.
Posted on Aug 16, 2008
HI PINNACLEDATA! FIRST I NEED TO KNOW THE OS YOU ARE USING ON YOUR COMPUTER.SOMETIMES IN XP YOU CAN USE THE DROP DOWN LIST OF CAMERAS TO FIND A CAMERA WITH THE SAME NAME AND USE IT TO DOWNLOAD. THEN THERE IS ALWAYS THE WAY TO JUST LOAD THE MEMORY CARD INTO YOUR COMPUTER IF YOU HAVE SLOTS. MY HP 9700 SERIES HAS THE SLOTS TO DOWNLOAD AND YOU DON'T NEED THE CAMERA. ALSO, HAVE YOU TRIED A USB CARD READER. JUST PLUG AND PLAY. AND SOME OF THE LATER PROGRAMS HAVE PRETTY GOOD SOFTWARE. I KNOW WINDOWS PHOTO GALLERY MATCHES A LOT OF DIFFERENT CAMERAS. GOOGLES PICASA IS PRETTY GOOD ALSO. IT HAS A LIST OR FOLDER. MAN I KNOW I HAVE A NIKON COOLPIX 3500, A KODAK Z 712is, SLOTS ON MY LAPTOP A CARD READER AND A PRINTER THAT CAN READ MEMORY CARDS AND PRINT PHOTOS WITHOUT A COMPUTER OR CAMERA! YOU MIGHT GET HOLD OF YOUR CAMERA MAKER AND SEE IF THEY HAVE AN UPDATED FIRMWARE FOR YOUR OS. REMEMBER IF IT WON'T TAKE YOUR CAMERA, IT WILL USUALLY ALWAYS TAKE THE MEMORY CARD! A CARD READER IS REALLY CHEAP AND SHOULD PLUG RIGHT INTO YOUR PHOTO SOFTWARE PROGRAM. GOOD LUCK! IF YOU STILL HAVE PROBLEMS, REPLY TO
ARCLIGHT1217 AND DON'T FORGET YOUR OS! AND I'LL SEE WHAT ELSE I CAN FIND FOR YOU!
Posted on Nov 07, 2008
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