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    Bridge Camera Recognition

    I am having a problem with Adobe Bridge CS5 not recognizing my Canon 50D. I always have to download from windows then open folder in Bridge. It really isnt that big of a deal but wish I could download directly from and into Bridge. Anyone have any advice as to what the problem may be?
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    Re: Bridge Camera Recognition

    Are you attaching the camera directly to the computer or inserting the memory card into a slot? How old is your computer and if you are using a USB slot is it 1.0 or 2.0?

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    Re: Bridge Camera Recognition

    Make sure you have the latest update installed. If you are using windows here is a link:
    http://www.adobe.com/support/downloa...jsp?ftpID=4058

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    Re: Bridge Camera Recognition

    I purchased a micro USB/USB data cord for a tracfone with digital image capabilities. All of the reviews stated that the data cord would function as a phone charger but they could not get the computer to recongnize it as a secondary storage device, the tracfone has a micro-SD memory card inserted for additional storage. Sure enough, I could not get the computer to recognize it as a storage device until I turned off the device twice, then windows finally recognized the device and installed the proper driver for the device. Sometimes it helps to peruse the manufacturer's website or a forum dedicated to your device to see if others are having similar problems with their instruments.

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    Re: Bridge Camera Recognition

    Not sure about canon, but nikon has two usb-connection modes. in one mode it presents itself as a mass-storage device while in the other mode you have a more direct connection (ao. for tethered shooting and nikon's own software). Canon might have something similar.

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    Re: Bridge Camera Recognition

    If you still have this issue, it will be a big help if you will clarify your problem. I can guess that your PC can detect your Canon 50D, but you can't let Adobe Bridge recognize it?

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    Do you have the EOS utility installed?

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