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Numbering on my photos has change. how do i change it back

My numbering has reset its self back to DSCF 0001. it also reset the data and time. i have resolved the data and time but now need to find out how i can change to numbering back to a number like DSCF 2353.

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Hmm.. I dont think you can do that. The camera keeps a memory number itself once reset it starts 0001 again.

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