OS X :: Cannot See Digital Camera From Snow Leopard?

Nov 2, 2009

I've never had problems with this digital camera under Leopard, but now under Snow Leopard, when plugged in, iPhoto is opened but nothing happens at all. Nothing in finder. Is it possible that this camera is no more supported? I tried to look for new drivers, but drivers are available only up to MacOSX 10.5. Is there anything I can do? (camera is HP Photosmart R818)

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OS X V10.6 Snow Leopard :: Digital Camera Doesn't Show Up In Finder?

Apr 10, 2012

why does my digial camera not show up in Finder? (camera is Nikon D7000) 

there are situtions when you don't want to download photos, sometimes I'm just doing tests, and want to see photos in the camera instead of downloading them first.. ( at any rate this should be my choice to make, not Apple's....;-)

and: I want to see the camera in the FINDER (not iPhoto or any other program where you have to "import" the photos.. I don't like those programs and never use them..) 

it doesn't even show up in Adobe Bridge, for pete's sake.. this is ABSURD..

but on the pc you see it right away in Windows Explorer... no reason whatsoever why the mac shouldn't do this also...

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Oct 30, 2009

After installing Snow Leopard on both of my computers, I have found that while the computers recognize my digital camera it will not allow me to import photos into i-photo and eventually you have to just force quit i-photo to get out of it.

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OS X V10.6 Snow Leopard :: Transfer Video From A Tape On Digital Video Camera?

May 27, 2012

Will this work from a Canon ZR85?

Info:
iMac, iOS 5.1

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Mac Mini :: Snow Leopard Digital Audio Output?

Aug 28, 2009

I have the latest and greatest Mac Mini. 2.26 with 4 g of ram. I update to Snow Leopard, and now it will not recognize that it has Digital Audio Output via a mini to a Toslink connection. Heck. I am running it through a Classe' Processor with B&W 804s Speakers and it previously worked with the previous Leopard.

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OS X V10.6 Snow Leopard :: Western Digital Drive Won't Mount On Desktop

Apr 15, 2012

I have a Western Digital 2 TB MyBook Studio II external drive that has been working fine. Now, it will not show on my desktop when it mounts. It does show in the sidebar and I can access the drive and files there, but I want the icon to show on the desktop. I connect it to my machine via an onboard Firewire 800 port, and the drive is the only device using that port. I have another Western Digital MyBook drive that mounts just fine (it is my Time Machine backup) via USB. I have 2 La Cie Firewire drives, and 2 OWC Firewire 400 drives, all 4 of which mount using a Firewire 400 hub that connects to a Firewire 400 port on my MacBook Pro. 

I have repaired the disk (reports nothing is wrong), but I feel I have some setting for the drive in the wrong position. I just can't figure out what to do. 

Info:
MacBook Pro 2.5 Ghz., Mac OS X (10.6.8), 4 Gb of RAM

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OS X :: How To Sync Digital Camera

Sep 13, 2009

I hate to start the subject of this post so negative but Snow Leopard is really disappointing. I have had nothing but problems since I've installed it. My computer runs a million times slower, Firefox takes forever to load pages that once loaded in a snap. My digital camera doesn't sync anymore.

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Applications :: How To Get Pictures From Kid's Digital Camera?

Dec 26, 2010

We got (by mistake) a kid's digital camera (MiCam Junior) that only advertises itself as being compatible with Windows, and which uses some (supplied) Windows software to download the pictures...

At first I thought it was no big deal because most (real) cameras don't need special software but just behave pretty much like an external drive.

But for some reason, this one doesn't - it is not picked up by iPhoto or Image Capture...

What should I try next?

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OS X :: Load A SD Card Through A Digital Camera?

Dec 18, 2006

I have no SD card drive, I just have a Canon Powershot camera that uses an SD card for storage and connects to the computer via USB, so I was wondering, is there any technique or program out there that would allow me to load files from the computer onto the SD card through the camera's USB? Or are those typically locked as a one way street?

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Applications :: Scanning With A Digital Camera?

Feb 19, 2009

I've found a lot of software to scan with a digital camera but only for windows. Does anyone know a software working with Mac?

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OS X :: Digital Camera - Application To See On Mac Exact?

Mar 17, 2009

I'm looking for a program where I can take pictures with my digital camera and see them on the mac exact the same time I took the picture (plugged in via usb)

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OS X :: Mac Won't Recognize Video From Digital Camera?

Jun 30, 2009

I recently bought an eMac and it is the first mac that i've ever owned so I am not completely familier yet on what to do to make everything work. My problem - I have a digital camera that has the ability to take video. When I plug the camera into the computer iPhoto recognizes the pictures but neither iPhoto or iMovie recognize the video. It there a way to make this work so I can upload the videos to my computer? I know the videos can be moved to computers for I have done it on my pc.

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Intel Mac :: Which Digital Camera Is Most Compatible With It

Mar 7, 2012

Which digital camera is the most compatible with iPhoto and iMac Intel?

Info:
iMac (27-inch Mid 2011), Mac OS X (10.7.3), Intel MAC OSX LION

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ICloud :: How To Get Images From Digital Camera

Mar 7, 2012

I want to transfer some images I took with my digital camera. How do I get them up to iCloud?

Info:
iPhone 4, Mac OS X (10.7.3)

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Apr 5, 2012

How do I get my photos off my MacBook back onto my digital camera?

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MacBook :: When I Plug My Digital Camera Into The Usb Port Nothing Happens?

Mar 16, 2009

I am a new mac user about one week now.

When I plug my digital camera into the usb port nothing happens for some reason. On my windows pc it automatically knows when its plugged in. it is a canon powershot a570is

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Mac Pro :: Unable To Upload A Video From Digital Camera?

Mar 2, 2010

im trying to upload a video from my kodak usb camera M1093IS and i cant seem to find a way to do it. i plugged it in and i opened up imovie and my camera didnt show up. my camera also didnt show up on my desktop (which i understand to be normal since i used the search feature) but i still cant seem to find a way to do it. I need to upload a video for a school project.

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Hardware :: Digital Camera No Longer Recognized?

Jun 5, 2006

recently (the last week or so) my computer has stopped recognizing my digital camera. I have a G5 running in version 10.4.6 and a Fujifilm FinePix 460 camera. I had never had any problems before, usually I would plug in the camera and it would show up in iPhoto and on the desktop right away, but now no matter what I do, it won't connect. The camera says it is connected, but not the computer. I have tried switching around the plugs in the back, and also restarting, etc... but nothing's working...

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Hardware :: Downloading Pics From Digital Camera?

May 18, 2009

How do I download pictures to mac os x with sd card? I've been using a usb port but I have a video on my camera that is too long and it shuts off before it downloads. My friend uses windows and he just takes the sd card out of the camera and plugs it into a slot and downloads the pics. I can't do that on my mac os x.

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OS X V10.7 Lion :: Supported Digital Camera RAW Formats

May 28, 2012

Let us know when you get an Aperature plugin for this.It is interesting that you have plugins for cameras not readily available yet and nothing for the X-Pro1 when it has been on the street for well over a month.

Info:
iMac (24-inch Early 2008), iOS 5.1.1

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Intel Mac :: Use Photo Booth With A USB Digital Camera?

Jun 12, 2012

I'm an illustrator, and I have enough need for photos of myself and various objects that I have a Nikon digital camera permanently mounted on a tripod in my studio. Is it possible to use Photo Booth as a viewfinder, so that I can see the camera's-eye-view of whatever I'm shooting? I know that literally, it can be done, because I currently use Photo Booth to shoot micro photos from a Celestron USB digital microscope. So why not input from a Nikon? Can it be done? If so, how?

Info:
iMac, Mac OS X (10.7.4)

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OS X V10.7 Lion :: Digital Camera Raw Compatibility Updates

Jun 15, 2012

I have a Nikon CoolPix P80. Am I correct that this is simply not a sophisticated enough model to require the Digital Camera Raw Compatibility Updates? It is never listed.

Info:
MacBook Pro, Mac OS X (10.7.4)

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Aug 23, 2014

I am using a MacBook Pro 13" and today I was shown in PC world how to use a digital signature by using the inbuilt camera. Is this possible with this model or is it only with the Retina models?

Info:
MacBook Pro (13-inch Mid 2012), Mac OS X (10.7.5)

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OS X :: More Of Apple's Snow Leopard Caught On Camera

May 19, 2009

With Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard entering the final stretch of development, overzealous Apple advocates are turning to discussion boards and file sharing websites to show off image and video captures taken from the next generation OS, most recently highlighting features such as simplified security preferences, enhanced searching, QuickTime X's screen recording function and a new version of Image Capture.

On Monday, attention was drawn to a YouTube user's webpage brandishing over a half dozen Snow Leopard demonstration videos, five of which were subsequently removed by the user while another was yanked from the video sharing website after Apple waged a copyright claim. Since then, readers have pointed to a long-running thread over at the French-language MacGeneration website that's serving as yet another forum offering Snow Leopard-related discussion illustrated by numerous screenshots and videos.

QuickTime X Screen Recording

Readers are free to navigate the thread on their own, though AppleInsider has extracted a handful images showing off some features that have received limited coverage in the past or haven't been represented fully in imagery, such as the recently-reported screen recording options due to arrive as part of QuickTime X Player 1.0. Portions of the native recording interface can be seen in the alert below, which initiates a screen capture session and directs the user to a menu bar option to end a session.

Once a user has concluded a Screen Recording session, the following interface and options provide a means of saving and exporting movies files in different sizes and formats.

QuickTime X also offers options for publishing supported movie files to iTunes in one of three pre-set sizes. From iTunes, they can be synced with an iPhone, iPod, or Apple TV:

New Image Capture App

Also worth noting is that Image Capture has grown as an application to adopt a user interface that is more like iTunes and the Finder, with a sidebar for devices, main window for file info and a thin row of controls lining the bottom of the application.

Universal Keyboard Shortcuts

Preference panes are also showing a convergence of UI as shown in this screenshot of the new Keyboard & Mouse preference pane:

Advanced Security Options

As always, Apple takes Security seriously. At the same time, it doesn't want to intimidate less savvy users from taking advantage of all the Mac has to offer. The below example demonstrates a simplified and easy to manage option that helps keep users safe while on the net.

Chinese Handwriting Recognition

With the private release of the most recent Snow Leopard beta, Apple also informed developers about the addition of Chinese handwriting recognition support for Macs that include a multi-touch trackpad. Similar software was added to iPhone Software 2.0 a year ago, allowing users to draw Chinese symbols on their handset's touchscreen and then select matching symbols suggested by the iPhone Software. This feature can be seen in action for the first time in the below YouTube video:

Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard is expected to hit the market sometime this summer with a near finalized version now confirmed to make an appearance at Apple's annual developers conference during the second week of June.[ View this article at AppleInsider.com ]

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OS X V10.6 Snow Leopard :: The Built In Camera Is Not Working?

Apr 6, 2012

my mac os x v10.6.8 's camera is not working. I've tried Ichat, Skype and Photobooth. Whenever i open them up, it say 'There is no connected camera'.

Info:
MacBook Pro, Mac OS X (10.6.8)

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Software :: Image Capture Does Not Allow Downloads From Digital Camera?

Aug 23, 2010

On my Mac running Leopard 10.5, Image Capture has Preferences that allow me to choose an option that opens Image Capture when a USB digital camera is attached. That's gone on my new Mac with Snow Leopard. I never needed camera software to make this work, and unfortunately I have a Canon camera and Canon does not make drivers or software for Snow Leopard. So, how does one get Image Capture to open and download images from a digital camera? Did Apple dumb-down Image Capture like they did to iMovie?

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OS X :: Unable To Transfer Photos From Digital Camera To Macbook Pro?

Oct 18, 2010

I am not able to get 20 pictures off my digital Kodak EasyShare DX4530 to my computer using a USB cable and ImageCapture or iPhoto. The photos appear (I can see all the photos and files) but I am unable to transfer them or even open them and get information off. I think that this is because the pictures are saved on the Kodak camera's internal memory. What can I do to get around this problem?

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OS X :: Batch Rename Pictures - Downloaded Off Digital Camera?

Sep 7, 2007

I have spent the better part of an hour trying to rename a batch of pictures that I downloaded off my digital camera. As a recent switcher, it would have taken me a second to select the pics, right click, and rename them all in one batch. I was using Adobe's lightroom wich is really nice (free trial) and found it was going to be my picassa replacement (man do i miss that program) and I found that I need a plug in called bridge which only comes with photoshop which I dont have for mac. So.. anyone know how to rename 20 pics at a time. 2007 09 05 (1) 2007 09 05 (2) etc. who said changing over was going to be this hard. its like learning to ride a bike all over.

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Applications :: IPhoto - How To Upload Pictures From Digital Camera?

Apr 18, 2009

How do I upload pics from a sony digital camera (cybershot, about a year old)? I figured it would automatically detect the camera and get going, but nothing is really happening. Its probably really simple, but I have never done it before.

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Hardware :: Usb Port Not Recognized Cannon Digital Camera

Apr 16, 2007

I have a G4 400mhz and 10.3.9

I recently used a usb CF card reader and mistakenly yanked the cable out before 'ejecting' it.

Now my two trusty canon digital cameras (which I reliably connect directly to the usb ports - no card reader needed) are not recognized.

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