On behalf of a friend. He has a d5000. He calls the memory card a stick and tells me, casually, today, that his stick or card gives a warning and fills up at around 60 pictures. He claims that this is not right and I myself couldn't imagine why. Maybe this sounds like something recognizable? I just do not have his model camera. Thanks if this rings a bell, so to speak.
I simply tell him is some has an idea.
#1. "RE: card full at 60 pictures" | In response to Reply # 0gpoole Nikonian since 14th Feb 2004Mon 02-May-11 10:41 PM
First questions to ask: What size is the card and what shooting mode is he using? With RAW + JPEG Fine Large and a small card maybe this could happen. Also if he is saving TIFF files this could happen.
Next: Is there anything else that he might have written to the card from his computer? These files would not show in the camera.
Finally: Have him do a format in camera and then look at the remaining exposure estimate on the top display. This number is almost always very conservative.
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#2. "RE: card full at 60 pictures" | In response to Reply # 1musical Registered since 12th Feb 2010Mon 02-May-11 10:57 PM
ok. i forgot about tiff files.
i'll go with this and see for myself if i can help out.
thank you very much.
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