That was regarding an auction bought D300 with firmware 7.42/7.45.
Perhaps send Halse Imaging a mail and asking them if they know to replace the firmware? Perhaps they simply have a magic button or a meny entry to apply to do so.
>My recall reflects Brian's. The discussion evades my search >skills. I think the firmware is designed for taking class >photos. Each child is given a barcode which is scanned when >you take their photos. The photo name ties back to the >barcode and the barcode back to name, class, grade, school, >etc. > >I don't recall how to revert it. You could send it to Nikon >and ask. The worst that'll happen is they send it back >without repair. > >Does the firmware flash a manufacturer's name or give clues? >I found www.halseimaging.com via Google but it is blocked on >the USAF network in Kuwait (for my protection, I'm sure). It >popped on a search for: d2x class photos automation barcode > >Daniel McGowan >Visit >my >Nikonians gallery>.
Petter -Ever wondered where gadgets go when they die?