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Importing from camera

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#1 Dulcie1228
The importer in LRT isn't seeing my camera chip ... Nikon D5500. Any advice?  Thanks.
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#2 gwegner
The importer will only detect an SD Card, if its mounted as volume. Some cameras get connected as Multimedia device, it cannot see then then. Just use a dedicated SD Card reader: it's usually faster, more reliable and better for the IO Port of your camera too.
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#3 tom56342
I'm trying to import from 5d3 to LRT same way I do in LR. LRT doesn't see my camera, I have a CF card. Do I have to use a SD card to import into LRT?
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#4 gwegner
Any device must be mounted as USB-drive, not as Media device. This might be reason, if LRTimelapse doesn't see the device.
In any case I recommend using a Card-Reader to bring images to the computer. It's much faster and saves the USB port of the camera from wearing out. Additionally it doesn't drain the camera battery.
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