The Nikon CoolPix L10 is a compact digital camera. Once you have taken pictures, you can upload them to your computer, from where you can share them with family and friends over emails and social websites. Before connecting the CoolPix L10 to a computer and transferring pictures, enable USB mode.
Things You'll Need
- Nikon CoolPix L10
- USB cable
- PictureProject installation CD
Enable USB mode on your camera before connecting to the computer. To do so, press the "Menu" button on the camera and press the up arrow button to select "Setup." Select "USB" and press "OK." Select "FTP" or "Mass Storage" and press "OK" to save the changes.
Insert the PictureProject installation disc that comes with the camera into the CD-ROM drive. When the installation wizard pops up, follow the instructions to install the program on your computer. You cannot transfer pictures on your computer before installing PictureProject.
Launch PictureProject after it has been installed.
Connect the camera to the computer using the supplied USB cable. To do so, insert one end of the USB cable on the USB port located on the right of the camera and the other end to an open USB port on your computer.
Turn on the camera and press the "Transfer" button. Press"OK." The picture files will be automatically uploaded on the PictureProject program.
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