How to Transfer Photos from a D90 to Computer

By Nade Xro

Nikon is a Japan-based company that specializes in optics and imaging. It manufactures a range of products such as cameras and printers. The D90 is a 12.3 megapixel digital SLR camera. Although the memory can be expanded with a MicroSD card, backing up your saved files to a computer is a must.

Things You'll Need

  • Camera
  • USB cable

PC

Step 1

Connect the camera to your computer using the camera's USB cable. The input is located at the side of the camera.

Step 2

Press the power button to turn on your camera, and wait for the dialogue box to appear.

Step 3

Click "Import Using Windows" to open an import wizard. Name the photos if you so choose, then click "Import." The files will be stored in a newly created folder named as the date of the import. This folder can be found by clicking the start button and opening "Pictures."

Mac

Step 1

Connect your camera to the computer using the USB cable.

Step 2

Press the power button to turn on your camera. Open iPhoto.

Step 3

Name the group of photos, enter a brief description, and click "Import" to import them to your iPhoto library.