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This is a discussion on How to specify a mount point for a USB camera (not a webcam) within the Windows 10 Support forums, part of the Tech Support Forum category. I am trying (and failing) to connect a windows application (DigiKam) to my photo camera (Fujifilm X-T20) via USB. This


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Old 06-30-2020, 02:17 AM   #1
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I am trying (and failing) to connect a windows application (DigiKam) to my photo camera (Fujifilm X-T20) via USB. This connection attempt fails consistently; the most common advice I have from other (photo image processing) forums is to use a card reader instead (which is practical but doesn't solve the problem).

As part of trying to find the problem cause I am following a dialog to define my camera manually to DigiKam (the autodetection feature of DigiKam is not available in the Windows version). Among other things this dialog asks me to specify the mount point for the camera, giving "/mnt/camera" as an example/default. This doesn't work - for one thing this looks very much like a carry over from the Linux environment. So, how do I specify a mount point in Windows? is there such a concept?

The bigger issue is not being able to connect, for which I will create a separate thread.
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