The Coolpix S550 is a point-and-shoot digital camera from Nikon. Point-and-shoot cameras are designed for their simplicity. You do not need to adjust multiple settings, or manually adjust the aperture setting or the film speed unless you want to for a specific effect. This simplicity gained the type of camera the name 'point and shoot'. The Coolpix S550 has 10 Megapixels, a 2.5 inch LCD screen with 5x optical zoom and 4x digital zoom. Nikon cameras, by default, come with the Nikon Transfer software to assist in transferring photograph from your camera to your computer. You can use other software if you prefer.
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Transfer photographs from your camera to your computer. If you have a memory card reader, then remove the memory card from your camera, and place it in the memory card reader of your computer. Go to \"My Computer\" and locate your memory card. Right-click and choose \"Explore\" and then go to the photos folder. Select all your photographs, hold Ctrl and press C. Create a folder on your hard drive for your photographs, for example \"My Documents\My Photos,\" and paste your photos here.
Connect your Nikon Coolpix camera to your computer if you do not have a memory card reader. An auto-load dialogue will open, click \"Explore files\" to open the memory card directory. Locate the photos folder, select all your photographs, hold Ctrl and press C to copy. Create a folder on your hard drive for your photographs, for example \"My Documents\My Photos,\" and paste your photos here.
Open your preferred photo editing software such as Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Lightroom or Apple Aperture. Click \"File\" and then \"Open.\" Locate your photo folder, such as \"My Documents\My Photos\" and select all your photos you wish to import. Click \"OK\" or \"Open\" depending on your photo software. You will now be able to use your Nikon Coolpix S550 photos with your preferred photo software.
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