Canon 40d not visible with '11 MBA

jtflyer

macrumors newbie
Original poster
Apr 20, 2011
9
0
France
Hello everyone,

I have a problems with my macbook air and my camera. When I plug my Canon 40d using the usb cable, it does not seem to be recognised and I can't view my pictures.

Does anyone have the same problem?

Thanks!

jtflyer
 

jabbott

macrumors 6502
Nov 23, 2009
326
7
You can also use iPhoto which comes with the computer (under Applications). There is also a program called Aperture which is available on the Mac App Store which has extra features that can be quite useful. It is similar to Adobe Lightroom... both have lots of extra features which are especially helpful when working with RAW photos.
 

mofunk

macrumors 68020
Aug 26, 2009
2,415
159
Americas
Most DSLR now use a form of flash drive. It doesn't mount like a disc drive.. so you would need to open an application to see your images. I know it's crazy, especially when you try to update your camera.
 
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