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Z6II CFExpress upload to Lightroom

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fivesense Silver Member Nikonian since 30th Dec 2013
Sat 03-Sep-22 11:21 PM | edited Sat 03-Sep-22 11:24 PM by fivesense
I've been enjoying the learning process of my Z6II and have uploaded into LR Classic via a SanDisk CFExpress card reader.

However, after the upload is complete, if I eject the card, LR says "file not found." This is different than my usual uploads via UHS II. So basically, if I don't have the CFExpress card attached to LR, I can't edit my photos?

Perhaps I'm missing something basic, so any advice is most welcome.

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#1. "RE: Z6II CFExpress upload to Lightroom" | In response to Reply # 0

swyost Silver Member Nikonian since 24th Aug 2007
Sun 04-Sep-22 02:47 AM
Start an import and then note the top center portion of the Import dialog box. Change it from Add to Copy and it will copy the files to the destination of your choice. CFExpress cards are treated as hard drives by software since they use the PCIE 3.0 interface on the connected computer.

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