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    I tested my D200 on Sunday and took a few shots which are really superior to those taken by my D70s. As I was taking in Raw + Jpec fine, I changed to another CF card after the first is finished in a very short time.

    What supprised me was that the numbers in both CF cards starts from DSC 001 Nef and therefore makes it impossible to combine the photos together into one folder without manually changing every photo so that the numbers don't repeat.

    I have not changed the original default folders/numbers in the camera and therefore expect the numbers to run to 9999 and change the folder index to the next etc.

    If anyone is having the same problem with the default numbering system maybe you can share your solution to this?

    Thanks and a Happy New Shooting Year to everyone.

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    I'm sure there is a setting to not reset the numbering.

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    Set File Number Sequencing to ON.

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    It would be good to read through the manual provided to know your camera better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zerstorer
    Set File Number Sequencing to ON.
    Yep, it should work. I insert a D70 CF card into D200 and when I took the photos, the files continued the sequence when I set the above. The menu item can be found under Custom Setting d6.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pianodancer
    Yep, it should work. I insert a D70 CF card into D200 and when I took the photos, the files continued the sequence when I set the above. The menu item can be found under Custom Setting d6.
    Yep that is correct...

    I have tried on D1X, D2H and D70s on one card......no problem. Comes out as 3 separate file on one card when you read on your computer.

    A good rule is to read your MANUAL.

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    Thanks for the help guys. I have set the sequence on and try to take on different CF cards and see if it works. I think it should.

    Sometimes when you have a new toy, you read the instruction manual the bare minimum and try to work out your problems on the way. That's what happens.

    Thanks again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chngpe01
    It would be good to read through the manual provided to know your camera better.
    PLBV.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vfoongsk
    I tested my D200 on Sunday and took a few shots which are really superior to those taken by my D70s. As I was taking in Raw + Jpec fine, I changed to another CF card after the first is finished in a very short time.

    What supprised me was that the numbers in both CF cards starts from DSC 001 Nef and therefore makes it impossible to combine the photos together into one folder without manually changing every photo so that the numbers don't repeat.

    I have not changed the original default folders/numbers in the camera and therefore expect the numbers to run to 9999 and change the folder index to the next etc.

    If anyone is having the same problem with the default numbering system maybe you can share your solution to this?

    Thanks and a Happy New Shooting Year to everyone.

    Al these arent "problems " .it is actually , the user doesnt read it F*^king manual.. I see so many buy new camera and posting "Problem shots" or Problem setting in this forum.. .. D200 isnt a entirely new camera to D70.. and it isnt that complicated neither is it so advanced till cant figure out.... Please please.. nikon user.. Go back to the book before you start writing....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luval
    Al these arent "problems " .it is actually , the user doesnt read it F*^king manual.. I see so many buy new camera and posting "Problem shots" or Problem setting in this forum.. .. D200 isnt a entirely new camera to D70.. and it isnt that complicated neither is it so advanced till cant figure out.... Please please.. nikon user.. Go back to the book before you start writing....
    wow!! Pro comment

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    Quote Originally Posted by markccm
    wow!! Pro comment
    Ok..i think i shall make another pro comment.

    I tot this kind of setting no need to even read the manual. Just thumb through LCD menu can liao lar.



    And anyway D200 has "online camera help" what. Just press the question mark thingy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luval
    Al these arent "problems " .it is actually , the user doesnt read it F*^king manual.. I see so many buy new camera and posting "Problem shots" or Problem setting in this forum.. .. D200 isnt a entirely new camera to D70.. and it isnt that complicated neither is it so advanced till cant figure out.... Please please.. nikon user.. Go back to the book before you start writing....
    At least he got the answer through this forum right?
    If this is a sharing session, I wonder why people get worked up just because he didn't read the manual.

    relax man...

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