That camera according to: http://www.imaging-resource.com/PRODS/CPP1/CPP1A.HTM Takes SD/MMC cards. Look for a USB to SD/MMC card reader made for the Mac compatible with your installed Mac operating system. If you are sticking with 10.6.8, try to look for a card reader known to be both 10.6 and 10.7 compatible, as those are more likely to be compatible with 10.6.8 than one that just says 10.6 and up
From Nikon, their software is compatible with 10.6.4 and Power PC G4 1GHz or above / PowerPC G5 / Intel Core series / Intel Xeon series according to:
has less chance of being compatible, since it doesn't even mention 10.6 Same with:
iPhoto will take any SD/MMC card as input, and so will most other Mac compatible photography software.
This link below explains your Virtualization software options for Windows.
The good news is your Mac does support Windows virtualization if using their software is a must.
> I would add that, unfortunately, is ademerit for mac note the fact that you can simply connect the camera with usb.
Well that's Nikon's problem. Apple and many other developers have set a USB standard known as HID. If it isn't followed to the letter, certain operating systems won't be able to understand them. They have a whole page for software developers to look it over on http://developer.apple.com/ So it isn't as if Nikon isn't well informed. I would tackle it from the Nikon side until they fix it.
Hello, I take advantage of your expertise and kindness to expose another broblem..... sometimes the cursor does not respond well, other times you move yourselfdown or up .... it is the fault of the mouse or other ?
the mouse is placed over a regular means of a "pad" ..
of course! is the mouse with the little ball on top close to the wire .... why this problem? with leopard worked fine ... but I think it depends on the operating system..... fortunately is still manageable ...... What do you think?