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Old Aug 9, 2003, 10:21 AM   #1
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Default CF card has images but Nikon View doesn't see them??

I can view pictures in camera but when I connect to computer , says "no card in camera"? Had same problem when I inserted it into pocketPC, I could view them by opening CF card directly but not thru Resco viewing application? Anyone help me with this? :?
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Old Aug 9, 2003, 1:14 PM   #2
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what camera?
what format?
what extension is on the image when directly viewed? .nef .jpg. .jpe?
there have been some issues with nikon view.
i have the resco app on my PPC too havent had a problem yet with that.
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Old Aug 9, 2003, 3:43 PM   #3
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ops: It's Coolpix 3100. Jpeg format. I did go out and purchase a SanDisk card reader and was able to copy CF images to my computer. Still would like to know why my Axim pocketPC with Resco and Nikon View won't 'see' the images.
Thanks for 1st reply
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reformat the card in the camera and the shoot a few images. turn off the camera and remove the card and place in the axim and try it again. sandisk cards are kind of slow so give it a little time to load up.

now i just pulled out my cf card from my 1Ds and slapped it in the axim. it first said no photos found. then i went back to the resco wizard screen. tapped the browse cf card and they came right up. try that.
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Old Aug 9, 2003, 3:51 PM   #5
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Thanks again, will try that . You said SanDisk are slow, what do you recommend?
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the blue/red sandisks are about the slowest on the market today. it may or may not make a difference with your camera. lexar 12x cards are reasonably priced and will exceed the transfer speed of both camera and axim.
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Old Aug 9, 2003, 4:00 PM   #7
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:P Thanks again for the help. Don't mean to cross-post but I'm looking at getting a MAHA charger and 2200 batteries. Got a preference on chargers?
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got exactly that setup. got both the 204f and the 401fs. i use both interchanably. i like the refresh buttons on the 204f the cycle in the batteries a few times when their new.

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:? Which do you like the best for general/all purpose charger. I don't have any. Just got the camera and going thru batteries WAY to FAST! :?:
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the advantage of the 401fs is the 1.5 hr charge capability being that i have about 24 batteries in sets of 4 i generally don't need a quick charge except maybe on the road. i have the whole international and car charge kit for that.

the (2) 204f chargers i have are holding two sets on charge most of the time. you can keep nimh batts up to a year on charge with good chargers like these. i have a few AA battety devices.
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