10D file TFS question

Discussion in 'Australia Photography' started by Mark, Jun 25, 2003.

  1. Mark

    Mark Guest

    Hey,

    just wondering if I can transfer files BACK to my 10D when its hooked up to
    the USB.

    Ive read the manual and tried but havn't found anything. Ive done it with
    other digicams.. can the 10D do it?

    thanks,
    Mark
     
    Mark, Jun 25, 2003
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  2. Mark

    Ubiquitous Guest

    Yes, windows sees the camera as a storage device, you can put whatever you
    like onto the cards. I've looked at photos from other digital cameras on my
    10D before.
     
    Ubiquitous, Jun 25, 2003
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  3. Mark

    Mark Guest

    Ok how do I transfer them?
    Ive tried all the obvious ways including accessing 10D throught my computer
    and all the Canon progs but none allow me to drag/drop back to the camera.
     
    Mark, Jun 25, 2003
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  4. Mark

    Lionel Guest

    Dunno, but I bet you can't display them once you've done so. I've seen
    people complaining in various newsgroups about not being able to use a
    Canon camera & a TV to do digital slideshows, by uploading JPEGS to the
    camera. My understanding is that they's fussy about the JPEG format,
    directory structure & the housekeeping files that it keeps in one of
    those extra directories.
    That said, these people were mostly talking about JPEGs that had been
    modified on their PCs first, so maybe it'll work if you use unaltered
    pictures? It's easy enough to find out - give it a try & let us know
    whether it works. :)
     
    Lionel, Jun 25, 2003
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  5. TVWriter generates slideshows that will play on the 10D as well as they play on the 'G' series... I would
    imagine Zoombrowser would support uploading, as it does on other Canon camera's, but I haven't bothered
    installing it...

    The question does come to mind of why you'd want to put them back on the camera - if it's just to move the
    files around on the CF card use a card reader, it's much quicker...

    Cheers,
    Stuart
     
    Stuart Elflett, Jun 25, 2003
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  6. Mark

    Mark Guest

    play on the 'G' series... I would
    camera's, but I haven't bothered
    camera - if it's just to move the
    I know I need to buy one, Im liviing in Vietnam and buying this beast
    crunched my budget. I actually dont need one because I load my images from
    card to image tank to laptop. Image tank doesnt support writting back to
    card either.

    I know I know.. go buy a card reader. :)
     
    Mark, Jun 25, 2003
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  7. Mark

    Mark Guest

    Actaully, Ive taken pics on my Minolta D7 and slipped the card into the 10D.
    It not only shows the image but the exif details.
    It doesnt work from canon to minolta tho.
     
    Mark, Jun 25, 2003
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  8. Mark

    jak Guest

    Hi,

    I've done the same. Taken pics with my nikon 5700, slipped the card into my
    10D and viewed the image. Didnt check exif details tho. Haven't tried the
    other way, as I've sold the 5700.
     
    jak, Jun 26, 2003
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  9. Stuart Elflett, Jun 26, 2003
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