No what I was thinking the software accidently read the imbedded Jpeg and somehow listed the entire fils as a Jpeg vs the NEF but still posted the entire photo data, ie a glitch I was just talking to our IT guy here at the hospital and he said his software some times reads and lists the imbedded files but shows the entire file. He is a Sony shooter so it is apples to oranges and he uses Adobe Essentials.
That is very strange. Do you have the function button or the preview button set to +RAW by any chance? This is the only thing that I can think of off the top of my head. Since it will provide a NEF file when you are shooting jpeg, I wonder if it will provide a jpeg when you are shooting Raw. See page 242 in the D600 Users Manual.
>That is very strange. >Do you have the function button or the preview button set to >+RAW by any chance? >This is the only thing that I can think of off the top of my >head. >Since it will provide a NEF file when you are shooting jpeg, I >wonder if it will provide a jpeg when you are shooting Raw. >See page 242 in the D600 Users Manual.
DOF Preview is reprogrammed to First Item on My Menu. Function button is now DOF Preview.
I hate when people ask me what I see myself doing in 5 years...... I don't have 2020 vision!
This is interesting. I have had a D600 for two months, my first Nikon. To date I only shoot JPG (will start experimenting w/ raw soon). A week ago the same thing happened to me in reverse. I shot 30+ JPGs and two came out as NEFs. Since I have never tried to shoot RAW I doubt I did anything. I guess it's possible this could be something like Audi's 'unintended acceleration'?? But if I did it I don't know how. Jim B
I had this happen once or twice with my D200 over the years. I just wrote it off as a temporary memory parity error on the assumption that the raw/JPG flag was just a boolean/single-bit flag in the firmware.
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