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pictures taken with d7000 are not visible when sd card is inserted into my AW120. Why?

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Pizzaman

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Hi, I took picts with my d7000. Removed sd card and inserted into my Aw120 to send picts via WiFi to I phone then on to Facebook. None of the picts are visible on my Aw120.

Tried it the opposite way, picts taken on my aw120 do not show up on my d7000.

All jpegs so why doesn't it work???

 

Pizzaman is stumped. Must be an obvious answer but I cna't figure it out.

Help please!



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Viewing files from another camera model is generally not supported.  Sometimes it works, but other times it doesn't.  It could possibly be due to folder naming, though somehow I doubt that.



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Hi, this might work:

 

Take a few pictures on the AW120 on a newly formatted card.  Remove the card and insert it into the d7000.  Go to the Storage Folder selection in the Shooting Menu.  Then go to "Select Folder From List" and choose the folder that the AW120 camera created on that card.  Taking jpeg photos with the d7000 and storing them into that folder may allow your AW120 to see them, once you put the card back into that camera.







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