Honda wrote inhi newbie here i have a canon 20d and have just installed my software on to a new pc operating vista i have downloade new driver and 3.5 updater i can get my pics on screen but it wont allow me to transfer them any help please so frustratedDo you have your camera communication protocol set properly through the camera menu?You say you can 'get pics on screen.' What object are you viewing to see them on screen? Are you finding the camera in Windows, clicking on it, negotiating the folders in the camera until you find the images?When you plug in the camera, are you getting the characteristic chime of Windows finding a USB device?TANSTAAFL-The Only Unbreakable Rule in Photography. Honda wrote inif i was to use a card reader would i be able to alter them ie jpeg and raw or would i still need something else?tyOthers have made some good suggestions, but I would reemphasize a couple of things.First, a card readers is a great cheap investment that will make your life much easier. I strongly recommend using a card reader for transferring photos from your memory card over using your camera and connecting it directly. It will generally perform better and can resolve a whole laundry list of strange problems that can pop up when using the camera to transfer images.Second, transferring the images and editing the images are two distinct operations. If you have DPP (Canon's RAW converter), that can help with the editing part.
It has nothing to do with moving the images from your memory card to your computer. What did you use to edit your photos before?-David' ' - CDS' ' The Wise and Powerful CDS. Honda wrote inif i was to use a card reader would i be able to alter them ie jpeg and raw or would i still need something else?tyFirst, you need to proofread your work (yes, it can be used as one word).After that, a card reader will typically act like an extra hard disk or cd. Simply copy and paste into the right place (or drag and drop, same function in windows). You can also use EOS utility and your camera connected via USB to get the files without needing a card reader. It is not suggested, but if you have any questions on this, the included documentation is more than enough for any problems you may encounter.I don't hate macs or OSX, I hate people and statements that portray them as better than anything else. Macs are A solution, not THE solution.
Get a good desktop i7 with Windows 7 and come tell me that sucks for photo or video editing. First, a card readers is a great cheap investment that will make your life much easier. I strongly recommend using a card reader for transferring photos from your memory card over using your camera and connecting it directly.
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