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Do you have pictures from your last holiday on your DSLR, but you don’t know how to transfer those pictures from its SD Card to your Smartphone. First lets clear one thing out, we all know Apple Products give most priority to security. And it might cross your mind that as you cannot transfer other files and documents using a USB cable to your iPhone, you might also not be able to transfer pictures from your DSLR to your iPhone. But actually you can.
You can import photos and videos from an SD card, digital camera, or another supported accessory to your iOS device using one of these:
But before you start the transfer know that if you have an iPhone 5 or later, it needs iOS 9.2 or later to support the file transfer. If you have an iPod touch or iPhone 4s, it needs iOS 9.3. If you’re using a Lightning to USB 3 Camera Adapter, you need an iPad with iOS 9.3.
To import from your SD card or digital camera, follow these steps:
You can import content only to your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. You can’t export content to an SD card or digital camera.
If you don’t see the Import tab, follow these steps:
Apple camera adapters can import multiple types of media files from your digital camera or SD card. If the format isn’t compatible with iOS, you won’t be able to view them on your device but can import them to your computer later. Moreover, Apple camera adapters can import only content that was captured by digital cameras. Also, you might not be able to import content that was renamed, edited, or copied to the digital camera or SD card.
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