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alcom Silver Member Nikonian since 17th Mar 2010Tue 17-Apr-12 01:56 AM
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"develop RAW, save back to SD card for in-camera gallery"


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I shoot RAW, then develop my images with Capture NX2. I'd like to save developed images back to an SD card to share with family and friends when travelling. Sometimes this is an older person who doesn't have a computer or we're meeting in a restaurant.

I tried saving processed JPGs back to a freshly formatted SD card, using Nikon's naming protocol -- DSCN####.jpg. But my P7000 responds with the message: NO IMAGES on card.

I'm hoping there's a simple setting in an image information field that will allow the camera to recognize backloaded JPGs. I'd like to be able to do this with both my P7000 and my D300.

Does anyone know the trick to this?

I'd like to be able to use a spare SD card as a portable gallery.

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davidd1833 Silver Member Nikonian since 26th Feb 2006Tue 17-Apr-12 06:11 AM
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#1. "RE: develop RAW, save back to SD card for in-camera gallery"
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You cannot view images in camera that have been edited. As far as I know there is no way round this.

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Skyco Silver Member Nikonian since 12th Mar 2012Tue 17-Apr-12 09:22 PM
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Roanoke Island, US
          

>I shoot RAW, then develop my images with Capture NX2. I'd
>like to save developed images back to an SD card to share with
>family and friends when travelling. Sometimes this is an older
>person who doesn't have a computer or we're meeting in a
>restaurant.
>
>I tried saving processed JPGs back to a freshly formatted SD
>card, using Nikon's naming protocol -- DSCN####.jpg. But my
>P7000 responds with the message: NO IMAGES on card.
>
>I'm hoping there's a simple setting in an image information
>field that will allow the camera to recognize backloaded JPGs.
>I'd like to be able to do this with both my P7000 and my
>D300.
>
>Does anyone know the trick to this?
>
>I'd like to be able to use a spare SD card as a portable


>gallery.
>

I've been shooting Nikon DSLR's since 2002 and have never been able to - or have I heard of a way to get photos back into the camera for viewing. You can put the photos on a SD card and use a card reader like a USB drive. Some DVD, Blue Ray players and set top boxes have USB ports for playing / showing media files.

I keep cables handy that can connect to the video ports of a TV set and my camera when I'm traveling. I also use an iPad to show my photos in places where a computer or TV is not available. I think most other digital tablets will work as well.

I hope this helps.

Ken

  

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Skyco Silver Member Nikonian since 12th Mar 2012Wed 18-Apr-12 04:41 AM
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#3. "RE: develop RAW, save back to SD card for in-camera gallery"
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Roanoke Island, US
          

>I shoot RAW, then develop my images with Capture NX2. I'd
>like to save developed images back to an SD card to share with
>family and friends when travelling. Sometimes this is an older
>person who doesn't have a computer or we're meeting in a
>restaurant.
>
>I tried saving processed JPGs back to a freshly formatted SD
>card, using Nikon's naming protocol -- DSCN####.jpg. But my
>P7000 responds with the message: NO IMAGES on card.
>
>I'm hoping there's a simple setting in an image information
>field that will allow the camera to recognize backloaded JPGs.
>I'd like to be able to do this with both my P7000 and my
>D300.
>
>Does anyone know the trick to this?
>
>I'd like to be able to use a spare SD card as a portable
>gallery.
>
After thinking about it - forget about the technology. Just print up a bunch of your best photos - keep that file growing and take it with you.

Well Wishes,
Ken

  

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four eighty sparky Silver Member Nikonian since 08th Apr 2011Wed 18-Apr-12 03:00 PM
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#4. "RE: develop RAW, save back to SD card for in-camera gallery"
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Get one of those electronic photo frames.

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gkaiseril Gold Member Nikonian since 28th Oct 2005Wed 18-Apr-12 10:03 PM
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#5. "RE: develop RAW, save back to SD card for in-camera gallery"
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Chicago, US
          

Not possible. All image editors that save the image update certain EXIF data tags and when the camera does not see the expected tags it will not display the preview Jpeg.

There are digital photo frames, eReaders and various tablets can can display images.

George
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