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PostPosted: Mon Jun 08, 2009 4:30 pm 
I have a D60 and have been editing photos in Photoshop. Photoshop opens the Nikon Raw File or .NEF as they're called. I then make the adjustments and save them, usually as a JPEG. Now, my question is. Can i then transfer them back onto the D60. I have tried but it won't allow me to transfer them back into the original folder. I have also placed them on straight onto the SD memory card by inserting it into my PC, but, when i search through the cameras pictures i cannot see them.

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I tried that myself and it didn't work, sadly.

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Why the heck would you do that...

Only reason i can think of you wanting to do this is to display them on a TV.

But really, it just seems silly.


Another thing is - a lot of people just shoot and shoot on a massive card and just keep all their photos on it, instead of putting them on the computer and formatting the card every time they use it. - Please dont tell me your doing it for that reason, so you can show people when you have your camera out and about.

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What's wrong with showing pictures to friends? The D90's screen is gorgeous and big, it's a perfect portable pictureviewer ;)

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PostPosted: Tue Jun 09, 2009 2:11 pm 
It's a simple task that frustratingly cannot be done. I never need to to this but I can think of lots of reasons why I might.


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On page 162 of the D90 owners manual it says you can change the folders used to playback images. It says in the shooting menu you can change the setting from CURRENT to ALL and this will playback photos in all folders.

Don't know if this works (or if the D60 has the same options) but it might be worth a try.


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