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Half picture when making copy in A4

I can not copy the full picture at A4 format What can be the cause

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A4 is not a US size if you choose A4 the paper must be that size--
US uses Ltr-- Lgl and 11X14.

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You apparently are shooting in both jpg and raw modes. I do that. So what you have is actually two pictures. The jpg picture is full screen and the raw (nef) picture has the black lines you describe.

I don't know why it does this other than to allow you to recognize which pictures is raw and which is jpg. It is not a problem and picture quality is not impacted in any way.

Your manual should explain fairly clearly the benefits of both formats. You can use the menu to change it to take only jpg or nef pictures and possibly other formats.

When I edit photos, unless I'm in a hurry, I usually make a copy of the NEF photo and edit that. You can make many more changes in an NEF photo than you can in a jpg photo.

In either case, I would suggest you always edit from a copy to protect the original. I think my D-90 allows the use of other formats in addition to jpg, but nef is the only raw format that Nikon uses.

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More than likely you have just installed that paper into the paper cassette . . . am I correct? Anyways, if so then you may not have selcted the correct setting on the dial which is in the paper tray. You might have set it for A4 instead of A4R (reverse direction) or the other way around. The other thought is that the paper guides in the paper cassette are not snug up against the paper itself thus causing the paper to be positioned incorrectly in the paper tray. Good luck and repost if I was wrong about that.

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If you mean on the camera, it would be best to copy all pictures with a card reader (the reason is that the camera may not be able to copy corrupted files) and then look through them on the computer. It is possible that file corruption has happened. If that is the case, then you may have to rename them, if the name has changed. What is important to remember is that the file extension has to be .jpg or .JPG for normal pictures in most cameras, there are other file extensions used for larger and other format cameras. The rest of the file name is not that important, unless it means to have your pictures in order.
Also make a copy of the files affected, and rename them with a b or 2 or some way to tell the difference from the other originals.

If you mean on the computer, then make sure to look in the trash folder. If you do not find any files (note as above in the other notes) which have changed names or they are not there, and not in the trash folder, then something else has happened.

This kind of thing can happen if the camera is turned off before the files are written fully to the camera's memory. It cannot save, and thus the camera may not write anything at all to save the picture.

Another thing which you may want to look for is if the pictures could be in the internal memory and not on the card. Remove the card, and start the camera again, if the camera has internal memory. Some cameras have no internal storage ability.
If the pictures were deleted, there is no way to recover them.

As a precaution to preventing this kind of thing, always format the card you are going to use in the camera. Don't change the card to another kind of camera without reformatting it for use in the other camera. If you use a card formatted in another camera, it can cause not only very slow saving, but it can also cause corruption or deletion of files.
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