canon rebel xt on the desktop

Discussion in 'Digital Photography' started by kevindosi, Dec 13, 2007.

  1. kevindosi macrumors regular

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    i just got a rebel xt, and i'm lovin' it. one thing that bothers me, though, is that it doesnt mount on the desktop the way my old point and shoot did. i have to open up iphoto (or the god-awful software that comes with the camera) to get my pictures. i really liked being able to click\drag from the disk image and especially delete from there. is there any way to get it to mount?
     
  2. djejrejk macrumors 6502a

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    1. Have you tried finder preferences? There is a setting to show connected discs on the desktop.. its under the general section.

    2. There is a setting in the iPhoto preferences under the general tab.. connected camera opens: _______ . This might help as well.

    3. Also, there is a setting for "picture cd" under cd & dvd in system prefrences.. your computer might recognize that camera as a cd.. kind of a long shot I guess.

    Good luck!
     
  3. Shaduu macrumors 6502a

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    My 300D does the same, and I too much prefer the desktop icon I get with my Fuji. Although, I like it 'cause I have a little Rolleiflex icon instead of a drive. :D
     
  4. M@lew macrumors 68000

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    Nope you can't do this. Try using Image Capture or the Software that comes with the camera to get photos off without using iPhoto.
     
  5. Mr. DG macrumors regular

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    Hmmm, I've just bought a Canon Ixus 75 (SD1000 in the US i think). This doesnt mount on the desktop either. I sat there for ages waiting for it to appear before i thought of iPhoto.

    Surely there must be some way of doing this - i don't like iPhoto and I just want to use the finder. Windows XP recognises my camera as a USB mass storage device.
     

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