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My new Nikon D700 is loading double images...two images of the same on the memory card...it takes up twice the space and i have to selct every other picture when uploading them into my Mac.

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Sounds like you have it set on Bracketing. Go into your menu setting and turn off Bracketing.

Or you might be on NEF and JPG mode, taking a NEF and a JPG with each shot. Review the read-out on the top of the camera to see if it shows that. It it does go to QUAL on top of camera and change the setting to show one image, either NEF (RAW) or JPG.

One of those should fix ya.

Posted on Apr 21, 2009

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How to Format a Memory Card with a Nikon D700


1) Insert the memory card you wish to format into the Nikon D700's body using the memory card slot on its' right side. Make sure the power is off before you insert the card and that you place the card in correctly. The D700 will only accept CF cards, so make sure you have this type available.
2) Turn the camera on with the power switch. Only do this after you have inserted the memory card and closed the memory card slot.
3) Press and hold both the Trash and MODE buttons down for about 2 seconds. Together, these are known as the 'Format' button. The Trash button is located on the back face of the D700 body next to the Preview button, and the MODE button is located on the top of the D700 body next to the shutter button and power switch. If done correctly, the letters 'For' should appear blinking in the shutter-speed sections of both the view finder and control panel.
4) Press and hold both the Trash and MODE buttons again to format the memory card. This will delete all photographs on your memory card and format it. Do not turn off the camera or remove the memory card while the card is being formatted. If you do not want to format the memory card, simply do not press the Trash and MODE buttons the second time and wait for the blinking 'For' to disappear, which it will do after about 6 seconds.
5) Wait until the blinking 'For' disappears. The display will now show the full amount of photographs that can now be taken on the formatted card.
6) Alternatively, you can also format your memory card from the Setup Menu in the D700 LCD menus. You can access this by pressing the MENU button on the back of the D700 body, selecting the Setup Menu and pressing Format Memory Card, OK. This will format your memory card immediately.

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Can't download from D700 camera to computer


Consider NOT connecting your camera to your computer.


The best way to download pictures from your camera to your computer involves removing the memory card from the camera and plugging it into a card reader (either built-in to the computer or connected via USB or FireWire). This is likely to be faster than connecting the camera to the computer, and won't run down your camera's batteries.


Once the card is plugged in, it will appear to your computer as a removable drive. You can use the operating system's drag&drop facility to copy pictures from the card to the computer's hard drive, the same way you copy any other files. Or you can use any photo cataloging program such as Nikon Transfer and Picasa.

Sep 18, 2012 | Nikon D700 Digital Camera

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My shutter is working fine, but it takes an extremely long time to load a picture after is had been taken (up to a minute). is it a battery problem, or something worse?


How large are the picturres your taking? THere may be a lag from shutter release to writing because there is a lot of information and not enough camera buffer space. try smaller images, say instead of Raw images try jpeg or change from jpeg fine to jpeg normal, etc. Try a different memory card. Believe it or not, memory cards come in different speeds also. Try one of the fastest you can afford and go to Nikon web site and research on Nikon approved memory cards. Hope this helps.

Oct 18, 2010 | Nikon D60 Digital Camera

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Get error message CHA where number of exposures should be. Have inserted (and formatted) two new Sandisk Extreme III memory cards with same result. Camera is brand new and I have yet to take a picture...


1. Check to see that none of the pins in the card compartment of the camera are bent. 2. Format the card in the computer. Choose FAT..not FAT32 3. Format the card in the camera. This has worked for many users.

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How do i transfer my phone memory to the micro sd


You can store any multimedia files
on your phone’s memory in My stuff
so that you have easy access to all
of your pictures, sounds, videos and
games. You can also save your files to a
memory card. The advantage of using
a memory card is that you can free up
space on your phone’s memory.
My images
My images
contains a list of pictures
including default images pre-loaded
onto your phone, images downloaded
by you and images taken on your
phone’s camera.
My images options menu
The options available to you in My
images
depend on what type of
image you have selected. All of the
options will be available for pictures
you have taken on the phone’s
camera, but only the Use as, Sort
by Grid (List) view
and Memory
manager
options are available for
default images.
Send - Send the image to a friend.
Use as - Set the image to appear on
your phone at certain times.
Move - Move an image from the
phone memory to a memory card or
vice versa.
Copy - Copy an image from the phone
memory to a memory card or vice
versa.
Delete - Delete an image.
Mark/Unmark - Select multiple files.
Print - Print an image via PictBridge or
Bluetooth®.
File - Change the name or view the
information for the file.
Create new folder - Create a new
folder within the Pictures folder.
Slide show - Start a slide show.
Sort by - Sort images into a specified
order.
Grid view/ List view - View each
image in grid or list type.
Memory manager - View the memory
status.

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Out of memory nikon coolpix 5200 w512mb memory card. Help!


You need to download the images that are on that memory card to a computer, burn the images to a CD or otherwise store them. Another, more expensive alternative is to buy a new memory card. 512MB is really pretty small, and you can buy a 2-4 GB card (400 to 800% MORE storage than your current card!) for under $20 if you find one on sale. The big concern with most people is when it comes to memory cards is "write speed". I find that in most all situations (read 99.5% of all users) this really doesn't matter and you can save a significant amount of money if you buy lower write speed discs. Write speed simply means the time it takes to download the image from the card to another source, such as a hard drive. It does NOT indicate how fast the image writes to the card, which is usually governed by the camera and buffer configuration within the camera itself.

To save the images to a computer, attach the camera with the USB cable that was provided with the camera to your laptop or computer. After attaching the cable to both, go to "My Computer" and look for a listing in removable drives that shows your camera's name. Double click onto this and you should see a folder. Double click onto the folder and select/copy all of the images in the folder and paste them into whichever folder on your hard drive you want. Once all of the images are on the hard drive (And yes, double check them before you do the next step!) you can once again select all of the images on the card and hit the "delete" button or go into the camera's menu and format the card (which is preferable). Again, ensure that all of your images recorded and can open on the hard drive before doing this.

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After I download images and format memory card can I redownload images on memory card to play back in camera


You have to take the sd card out and load in in an sd card reader. Then just write it into the video or to the DCIM folder if a picture. You cannot load through the Nikon interface.

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Error: "Insufficient free space on startup disk"


Nikon View requires at least twice as much free space on the startup disk as the size of the CF Card being used to transfer images. For example, to transfer images from a 1GB card you will need at least 2GB free space for temporary storage while the images are transfered. The free space must be on the hard disk that the operating system is starting up from, even if the destination for the transfer is on a different drive.

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Error: "Insufficient free space on startup disk"


Nikon View requires at least twice as much free space on the startup disk as the size of the CF Card being used to transfer images. For example, to transfer images from a 1GB card you will need at least 2GB free space for temporary storage while the images are transfered. The free space must be on the hard disk that the operating system is starting up from, even if the destination for the transfer is on a different drive.

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