Windows 10: import of pictures on Win 10 machine

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  1.    27 Aug 2015 #11

    I feel like we're seeing a lot of these threads, so I'll repeat the same advice. Card reader. That's always your best bet for transferring content from a camera, especially a high-end camera like that. My wife is using her new D3300 often, and if your computer doesn't have a built-in card reader, you can get a USB one cheap. Not only will it work better, but will be potentially faster and won't require you to use your camera battery, or even bother with the camera.
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  2.    27 Aug 2015 #12

    DeaconFrost said: View Post
    I feel like we're seeing a lot of these threads, so I'll repeat the same advice. Card reader. That's always your best bet for transferring content from a camera, especially a high-end camera like that. My wife is using her new D3300 often, and if your computer doesn't have a built-in card reader, you can get a USB one cheap. Not only will it work better, but will be potentially faster and won't require you to use your camera battery, or even bother with the camera.
    The card reader is one good answer,but many like myself like to Xfer files from camera without using a card reader. My Canon cameras work with Win10 so Nikon should address this needed Win10 driver issue quickly.
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  3.    27 Aug 2015 #13

    It's much easier with a card reader. My wife can leave her camera packed away and doesn't need to fumble with the camera, or use it's own battery power to do the transfer. I couldn't imagine making her have to dig out the camera and cable each time she needed to pull photos and video off.
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  4.    27 Aug 2015 #14

    DeaconFrost said: View Post
    It's much easier with a card reader. My wife can leave her camera packed away and doesn't need to fumble with the camera, or use it's own battery power to do the transfer. I couldn't imagine making her have to dig out the camera and cable each time she needed to pull photos and video off.
    I have cameras that use WiFi to transfer picture files, it's quick and has worked very well.
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  5.    27 Aug 2015 #15

    digitalcurisity said: View Post
    Good you now know the reason now, and that Nikon is working on the required drivers.
    Even more important , I am not stuck and I have a workaround which I had to figure out on my own. Nikon is a major camera manufacturer and I guess MS believed it was not important to test that driver.
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  6.    27 Aug 2015 #16

    digitalcurisity said: View Post
    I have cameras that use WiFi to transfer picture files, it's quick and has worked very well.
    I've been considering getting something like that for my wife, because we're upgrade to upgrade her old clunker laptop to a 2-1.
    rajn1 said: View Post
    I guess MS believed it was not important to test that driver.
    Your blame is pointing in the wrong direction. Microsoft can't go out and actively seek drivers for every piece of hardware under the sun. Nikon is responsible for using the free Windows 10 releases to update their drivers for Windows 10, then submit them to Microsoft. If a driver doesn't exist at this point, blame Nikon. They've had ample time to prepare.
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  7.    27 Aug 2015 #17

    DeaconFrost said: View Post
    I've been considering getting something like that for my wife, because we're upgrade to upgrade her old clunker laptop to a 2-1.

    Your blame is pointing in the wrong direction. Microsoft can't go out and actively seek drivers for every piece of hardware under the sun. Nikon is responsible for using the free Windows 10 releases to update their drivers for Windows 10, then submit them to Microsoft. If a driver doesn't exist at this point, blame Nikon. They've had ample time to prepare.
    I agree Nikon should have been thinking about the buyers of their cameras,as Canon did for me and SONY did for my SONY camcoraders.
    I see no way Microsoft could be in control of every single needed driver of every device used on a Microsoft system.
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