If you have pics taken on a cannon camera on a SD card and want to use your samsung camera to load through onto your PC why can you not get a preview of the pics?
The photos are stored in a propriatary format to the camera. Only the camera can modulate and demodulate the file to and from a computer.
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Yes. No problem. Unless the camera is really old. Just try it it won't hurt it.
install the camera, if you have XP or better, it does all the work once you plug it in, installing the canon software is probably a good idea to.
yes, i just cant do it lol, my husband says plug it into the comp. which ive done, it has a lil spot to put it in, no camera needed, however ive done what he said which was go to start,computer, and click or drive f or I, or one of the options lol, but it doesnt work for me, in the past ive had to just find my camera plug it in to the comp and do it that way, sorry if i wasnt more help, im still attempting it so if i figure out the secret ill post ya lol
Full ativa 2gb SD card wpics video your PC asks you to format If you say yes will this erase your pics and videos?
Sounds about right. Just be sure to transfer the existing files to your desktop or hard drive first to be able to save what's already on it.
You have ative 2gb SD card full of pictures if you are asked to format it by your PC will you lose pics and video saved on card?
Yes. Formatting will destroy all the data on the memory card.. Make sure you keep a backup of the data, frequently.
\n. \nthere really is no specific card for either... they are designed to work on both. it is like a thumb drive that only fits in a SD slot.
If both cameras call for SD memory, then you can. But if the cameras are not the same model or brand, there is no guarantee that you will be able to see or keep what was on the card when it was in the other camera. The other camera may even tell you to format the card again. So before moving the card to another camera or gadget for the first time, it would be wise to move or copy any important photos from the card to your PC or storage device.. Srobidoux
You will need to get the Motorola PC suite approriate for your phone. In Google type in "Motorola PC suite for (Your phone model)". Hope i helped.
when you get your sony ericsson w910i you should get a usb cable with it then on your computer you can either download the sony ericsson PC suite from the internet or just put the CD that you get with the w910i into the compter/laptop and then it should start up... hope this helps. stigy
You can use any brand of type sd card as long as you format the card in your camera before capturing your images to keep as memoirs.
When you plug the SD card into your computer, then there is achance that the computer will pop up a window asking you what todo. Assuming that does not occur, then you should follow these stepto get the pictures from the memory card to the computer: . For Windows: 1) Go to "My Computer" 2) Look at the list of diskdrives. One of them should be your SD card. 3) Double-click on theSD card drive and navigate to the folder with the pictures. 4)Select the pictures that you want to copy. 5) Copy them using thekeyboard shortcut (ctrl-c or use the menu. 6) Open the folder youwant them in on the computer. 7) Paste them in that folder (ctrl-vor use the menu). . For a Mac: 1) Open the Finder 2) Locate the SD card on the left (itwill look like a disk) 3) Navigate to the folder with the pictures.4) Select the ones you want. 5) Copy the pictures (use the keyboardshortcut or the menu) 6) Find a folder on the hard drive to put thepictures. 7) Paste them there.
Some cameras have a built in memory storage that will allow you to take 6-12 picutes of low quality. However, normally you do require a memory card for a digital camera to take higher quality and larger numbers of pictures.
You can either buy a printer, scanner or other external device that has an SD slot in it, buy an SD interface card that occupies a bay in the computer enclosure or you can buy an SD adapter that plugs directly into a USB port.
You can't upload it from a memory card. You could try plugging USB cable in the port in the back of the WII and upload from computer while having a memory stick converter.
\n. \nput it in the computer save the picture to your computer open the file IPOD on your computer and find pictures and copy and paste it into that.
Transferring files from a SD card to a computer is relativelysimple. Modern computers now have preinstalled programs which readthe memory cards and a port to insert the memory cards. Simplyslide the card right-side up into the port and the computer willlet you view the files. There the files can be moved, copied, ordeleted.
I have a Canon Ixus 400 and have been using a 1GB Integral memory card on it for years - works absolutely fine!
Yes, the DSi uses the same SD cards as cameras. However, you can't use the pictures you took with your camera on the DSi, because there is certain information it saves with the pictures that cameras don't. You can use pictures you've taken with the DSi on cameras and computers, though.
Take the disk that came with the camera load it in you computer and follow the instructions.. Is is too broad a question to ask what kind of camera you have ???. Search You Tube or Google and make sure to include model number.. Or use the USB cable that came with the camera to link the camera to the computer. Make sure you have plenty of battery power in your camera before trying to download. If you have been shooting JPEGs, you should be able to download without trouble - just copy the pics from your camera, which will show up a another drive, to your desired storage area.
Depends on the jpeg image compression. Can vary from around 300 to 1000 but the more images it can store the worse the picture quality. Varies with model of camera, check the instruction manual.
If you want to use the front camera, press on the keypad, *#0*#, alist similar to the menu screen should come up. the title of it, isLCD Test. The front camera, is VGA Cam, no. 8, and the back camera,is Mega Cam, no. 7. there is also a Cam LED, no. *. DON'T click that, as it makes a really loud sound.It's the same as Melody RCV, no. 4, except it's louder and itvibrates.
If your phone has an SD slot, then you can move/copy the files on your mobile phone. If you can plug the SD card and your mobile into a computer, then connect both and transfer (if you can't copy directly then copy to your computer first)
The five cameras that I have had that used SD cards did not need a formatting of the card before using it in the cameras. . One of these cars will not be recognized in a couple of USB card holders that I have tried and it will not be recognized by the built in SD card reader in my stationary computer but I can read the card through the camera's USB connection so I'm not worrying about it.
How do you get pics from a samsung glyde onto to your PC. I'm Don't say email or just put in the disc and connect the phone please explain with detail.?
go to the picture, push send and when it ask for a cell fone number instead type in your email and push send
It depends mostly on what card your using, the docking port for most SD's will fit in most digital camera's. So yes, it's worth a try
You click the button on the left and twist the lense. You then need to read the instructions because i have forgotten the rest... :( Sorry about the ending:'(
Help me I have a Sony HV20 Video camera a Mini-SD card A Mini-SD to SD adapter a USB to camera cable and NO Mini DV Tapes I need to record video on the camera OR use the camera as a webcam?
Just FYI, I am Running Windows 7 Home Premium when i try to plug camera in nothing happens please help!
SDHC has a greater storage capacity (over 2GB), hence it's name, 'High Capacity'. SDHC is better, but it is more expensive. Also, check that your camera supports SDHC (almost all of them do, but older ones don't.)
When you want to delete some pics from your SD card it says Cannot delete and then the name The disk is write protected How do you delete the file or picture?
Most SD cards have a small slider on one edge that serves as the write protect switch. On some cards, it's amazingly easy to accidentally move this to the locked position when you're inserting the card. Just take it out and double check the position of the switch, then reinsert it.
Yes you can, a typical camera SD card is exactly the same thing as the DSi uses.
You would need a micro SD card. And if you wanted to put pics and stuff on it you need a micro SD card adapter. I would recommend getting one off eBay. hope this helped. :)
Can you download pictures to a tv screen from a disposal digital camera -- I have an event where I want users to take pics and then hand over camera so we can project pics to flat panel TVs at event?
It would depend on the camera and the TV. Some TVs now have usb ports in the side and also spots for memory cards. If you are looking for a TV for the event, try looking for anything advertising USB ports (they are often beside a DVD player!) or even finding a DVD player (eg DGTEC at Dick Smith for $59 on 8/7/10) with card reader and USB on the front too. I can't answer how you get the photos off a disposable digital camera though, because I have only seen film disposables... but if your guests will part with their cards for a minute to a geek with a card reader and computer in the corner, you could have all their photos stored on a hard drive/ memory stick and on the TVs in no time with a WDTV too!
You have pics taken with Nikon D40 camera would like to know where a particular pic was taken with it?
D40 does not have a GPS in it so it does not include locationmeta-data. You have to put all the location data manually on thecomputer. The good news though is that you can get external GPSthat will connect.
Well first u need to download sum on limewire or any other program that works then u put the SD card in ur DSI,DS,(etc.) and there ya go music :)
Turn it round the other way so that the angled corner is facing the opposite direction and try again gently.
Yes, although I don't know why you would want to do that. Assuming you have the correct image editing software that is compatible with your computer and your camera, once your camera is connected to your computer via a usb or firewire cable, your computer recognizes your camera as an external drive and you can transfer image files as you wish. The limitation will be on the storage capacity of your memory card/disc in the camera as well as on your computer. Note however, if different images files have the file name, you will be prompted to overwrite one with the other, which may result in the loss of one of the images. You should not erase or delete a file residing on your camera's memory card from the delete file commands on your computer. This may create directory havoc with the files on the memory card in the camera and render it unreadable with subsequent file loss. A better solution is to invest in an external hard drive or several usb mini flash drives and transfer images to those if you are running out of space on your computer. Once you've transferred the image files from your camera's memory card to your computer or non- camera auxiliary drive and disconnected the camera from your computer, you should use the camera's command to initialize or re-format the memory card which will erase all the images and free up all the memory for more picture taking.
If you mean put the picture onto a folder on the computer then connect your camera to your PC with the connecting lead which you usually get with cameras then, go on its files and copy and paste the picture into the folder. That way you keep it on your camera and have a copy on your computer!
It differs per model, but usually you need to press lightly down on the card with your finger and release. It should depress down slightly, then pop up.
If you you look straight at the phone and turn it on its right side it is the bottom button
you put the sd card in you phons sd card slot and it will do it by it self.
Some cameras come with an SD card, but if you're planning on taking a lot of pictures you should purchase another SD card.
Yes, usually through a USB port. You should check the operating manual of your camera. If you don't have it, try searching the manufacturers web site. When you connect it to the computer most of time your comp will search for software automatically and then you follow the directions given.
For every Coolpix camera I have used, you first remove the battery, then push slightly down on the top of the SD card, which will release the catch and cause the card to rise up enough so you can get hold and pull it out. More than that, I can't say without you specifying the exact camera model.
Look for the format option on the camera or use your computer to format the SD card if you have a card reader
The Samsung Admire does not have a front-facing camera. There are two little "lense" looking things to the left of the ear piece, but those are external light sensors for when you use the auto screen brightness feature. When that feature is enabled your phone will use those light sensors to dim the display and conserve battery life when the external ambient lighting conditions are darker. When you're in a bright room or outside the phone will increase brightness for better visibility. Hope this helps.
No, you cannot move them from the iPad to the SD card (export). The camera connection kit is for importing only. You can email them to a computer and put them on an SD card using a card reader, or use an Apple computer with Mountain Lion and iPhoto to view the photos in your Photo Stream.
An SD card is an SD card pretty much, a card containing flash memory. Therefore it doesn't really make sense to say one is 'just' for a camera, since it could be used in other devices too if it will fit. The only thing to look out for is higher capacity cards might only work in newer devices due to different technology involved.
How do I load pictures from digital camera onto computer by using a card reader so they can be uploaded and sent?
Remove memory card from camera, and insert into card reader. Plug card reader into vacant USB port. Open the memory card's folder. Drag & drop the images you want to the place on the computer you want them to go.
Should you load your pictures using a cord from the camera or with taking the SD card out and loading to computer?
Either ways Good !! But it would be good if your use your cord instead of taking out SD card !!
Most local shops that sell cameras and their accessories are likely to offer camera SD cards. Amazon and eBay are also stores that offer these cards online.