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    could it be my card or camera? shoot many photos and 1 is corrupted.


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    Normally is the card.
    What type, brand and model of card are you using ?
    D7000 has 2 SD card slot.

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    transcend 64gb sdxc

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    formatting in cam shd help...
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    Quote Originally Posted by baggiolee View Post
    could it be my card or camera? shoot many photos and 1 is corrupted.....
    You probably turn the camera OFF before it could finish the write operation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diavonex View Post
    You probably turn the camera OFF before it could finish the write operation.
    dun tink so...cuz i immediately zoom in and shoot the same subject. it has no problem.

    btw, the image can be view in camera but not window explorer and nikon view nx2. if open with PS, it will show the partial corrupted area.

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    then it may be a your card reader (if you're using one). I had many corrupted photos when transferring with reader, but none when i plug directly with my camera.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gypsyzz View Post
    then it may be a your card reader (if you're using one). I had many corrupted photos when transferring with reader, but none when i plug directly with my camera.
    nope...i using my camera to transfer

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    Could be file system issue, which affects the image data. You can format the card in PC using a suitable / compatible card reader. Disable the Quick Format option in order to have the entire media checked properly. Cameras usually only do a Quick Format, which skips the media checks.
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