4 Replies Latest reply: Nov 30, 2012 3:20 AM by mabu4ch
just_norma Level 1 Level 1

So I have  trouble with the Camera Connection Kit. I have a Nikon D3200 24MP. And before the upgrade to ios6 it could read the SD from the camera.  After ios 6, the photo app can display/make the thumbnails but it can't transfer the photos.  All I get is a red exclamation.  Now when I use the same SD with a Sony Cybershot HXV 200 16MP  it can display the thumbnails and transfer the photos.


So what's up?

  • rbrylawski Level 6 Level 6

    Have you checked in your Nikon's settings that the pictures are being named in the standard 8 character naming convention?  For the CCK to read and download the pictures, they should be named something like DNS_0001

  • just_norma Level 1 Level 1

    Yep ... it reads fine on both MAC and PC. The file names are all DSC_XXXX.  And like I said, it was fine before IOS 6. 

  • mabu4ch Level 1 Level 1

    Unfortunately the same is true for the Nikon D600. Pictures taken with full resolution won't import using the camera connection kit with IOS6. I use .jpg highest resolution and fine quality. Jpg Pictures taken with medium resolution (13.5mpx) import just fine.

  • mabu4ch Level 1 Level 1

    To solve the problem for the Nikon D600 I have to completely close the Photo App, which is used to import photos. Double Press the button on the IPad to show recently used apps. Press on the Photo App icon and hold until the the icon gets a red minus mark and starts to "wobble". By clicking the red minus the app icon (and with it some states that hinder the photo import) disappear. After that connecting the camery connection kit and importing my Nikon D600 full resolution picture works again.

    See also:

    Nikon D600 .jpg's are not imported, is there a limit for the resolution?