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I have the Nikon D7000, is there a way to take pictures and send them to my printer wirelessly

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The D7000 doesn't have wireless capability on its own. However, depending on how your printer is configured, you could use an Eye-Fi card to send your pictures to be printed.

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Yes it is but I can supply you with diagrams with pictures far easier then I can type an explanation, I'm also going to give you a link to a PDF manual if you don't already have one.

PDF link copy past

http://support.nikonusa.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/17008/~/user%27s-manual---d7000---guide-to-digital-photography

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There you go have fun Nice camera By the Way

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In the play section of the menu, turn on "Image review"

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You can download a copy of the manual from
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Import Nikon D7000 MOV footage to FCP X-Convert MOV to ProRes 422 HQ

I have a Nikon D7000, which shoots HD MOV Movies. Last week I shot many videos with it on my friend's birthday party and wanted to edit them before sharing them to vimeo. I copied the movies from Nikon D7000 to Mac and imported them to FCP X for editing, but I failed because the MOV movies of Nikon D7000 were not compatible with FCP X. I goggled on the Internet and found Aunsoft Video Converter for Mac, which supports Nikon D7000 MOV. I tried it and successfully convert Nikon D7000 MOV recordings to Apple ProRes, which is supported by FCP X.

Here's a quick guide on how to Convert Nikon D7000 MOV files to Apple ProRes 422 for editing on FCP X.

1. Load Nikon D7000 MOV videos to Aunsoft VideoConverter for Mac
Before this step, please Connect Nikon D7000 to Mac and Transfer Nikon MOV Video files to Mac or hard disk from outside, then launch Video Converter for Mac.

Click the "Add" button to import the video files into the program, then you will see an interface as below.

2. Choose Apple ProRes as its output format and set where to store the movie.
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3. Export Apple ProRes 422(HQ) movies for editing on FCP X
After setting the output format and destination, click the button "Convert" and conversion starts immediately. After only a few minutes,
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Is it possible to delete a protected picture on a Nikon D7000


Yes it is but I can supply you with diagrams with pictures far easier then I can type an explanation, I'm also going to give you a link to a PDF manual if you don't already have one.

PDF link copy past

http://support.nikonusa.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/17008/~/user%27s-manual---d7000---guide-to-digital-photography

Diagram Picture 1
here
tri3mast_172.jpg

Diagram 2
Here
tri3mast_173.jpg
There you go have fun Nice camera By the Way

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