Mount Nikon DSLR camer via PTP on Linux

Install gphotofs, then create mount directory, e.g. /media/NIKON

To mount:

  • gphotofs /media/NIKON

To unmount:

  • fusermount -u /media/NIKON

P.S.

Another way to get pictures is without mounting. First install gphoto2, then:

  • gphoto2 –auto-detect
  • gphoto2 –list-files
  • gphoto2 –get-all-files
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One Comment on “Mount Nikon DSLR camer via PTP on Linux”

  1. Jaxon says:

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