How to Transfer Photos from a D90 to Computer
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
- USB cable
Connect the camera to your computer using the camera's USB cable. The input is located at the side of the camera.
Press the power button to turn on your camera, and wait for the dialogue box to appear.
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."
Connect your camera to the computer using the USB cable.
Press the power button to turn on your camera. Open iPhoto.
Name the group of photos, enter a brief description, and click "Import" to import them to your iPhoto library.