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Can't import my photos, camera folder doesn't appear after selecting it

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  • SFA
    Top Commenter

    Take the card out of the camera and put it in the PC's card slot (assuming SD type card and the PC has such a slot) and see what happens when you seek to import from there?

    Do you have the Check for Duplicates option selected? If so, what happens if you deselect it?

    Beyond that details about computer specification and camera type may be useful to anyone wishing to comment.

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  • Michał Małagowski

    I don't want to take the card out. I read an article that said that most SD cards die during the action of putting them inside the camera or taking them out.

    I do have the option Check for duplicates selected, but that's not the point. After clicking "Review for import" button I can see the same folder that was there before, it's not like I have the folder I selected and no images show up. Include subfolders also changes nothing.

    My PC:

    Windows 11, Ryzen 7 5700X, 16gb of 3200MHz RAM, RTX 3060Ti. I'm using an M.2 NVME SSD as my system drive and a 4tb HDD for photos storage. I don't know what more to say about it.

    The camera is a Canon R6 with newest firmware.

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  • Walter Rowe
    Moderator
    Top Commenter

    Michał Małagowski said:

    I don't want to take the card out. I read an article that said that most SD cards die during the action of putting them inside the camera or taking them out.

    I have never heard this and have taken SD cards in/out of cameras thousands of times without causing a single card to fail. Try it and see if you get different results.

    When you are in the import dialog and see the pictures, is there a checkbox under them? Are they checked? It will only import the checked images. There should be a place along the bottom of the import dialog where you can "Pick All".

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  • Michał Małagowski

    Again, that's not what I'm talking about. Here are some screenshots:

    1) Selecting the photos

    1.1) ...or selecting the folder

    2) This happens after clicking Review for import (which is nothing, same folder shows up)

    Maybe it's me and I don't get how this system works. To be honest I really dislike this new import panel and I liked the way it worked in C1 20.

     

    I have never heard this and have taken SD cards in/out of cameras thousands of times without causing a single card to fail. Try it and see if you get different results.

    Most people do the same as you do! Also, statistics say that most people will never experience a single card failure in their life, but if you took only the cards that failed, they most probably failed the moment they got inside or out of the card slot. This is information from a pretty reputable flash memory recoverer (if "recoverer" is a word).

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