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Forums Lobby MASTER YOUR NIKON CAMERA Nikon D5000/D3000 series (Public) topic #1110
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bruak   Bonney Lake, US  Registered since 01st Jan 2010 Fri 01-Jan-10 11:19 PM
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"D5000 file number sequence operating in time warp?"



I noticed today that the file number sequence on my D5000 is running backwards. I checked the setting and it was off. I set in the on position and it is still runnung backwards. It read 523, I took a shot with AE bracketing on and it now reads 521. What is going on?
BTW I really like the site. I registered yesterday for a trial run but I'm upgrading to silver immediately. Thanks

  

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lostinwy Silver Member  Cheyenne, US  Nikonian since 26th Jan 2008 Sat 02-Jan-10 01:14 AM
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#1. "RE: D5000 file number sequence operating in time warp?"
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Are you sure it is not the number of pictures's remaining? That is in the lower right hand corner of the LCD screen and in the viewfinder.

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bruak   Bonney Lake, US  Registered since 01st Jan 2010 Sat 02-Jan-10 03:54 AM
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Yeah Cliff, it is in the lower right corner. OK. so what does that number represent? Remaining in what?

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bruak   Bonney Lake, US  Registered since 01st Jan 2010 Sat 02-Jan-10 04:01 AM
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Alright disregard my last post. Pictures remaining on the card. That didn't ocurr to me since I was under the apparently false assumption that not all pictures took up the same amount of space. Thanks.

  

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lostinwy Silver Member  Cheyenne, US  Nikonian since 26th Jan 2008 Sat 02-Jan-10 04:08 AM
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It is approximately how many left. Every picture will be a little different size, so the number will be close.

This is a good place to get answers to questions.

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