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Nikon D70 photo files

How can I set up files on my Nikon, D70, SLR? I would like to sort my pictures after I have taken a bloc, about 50. Could I download specific files to my computer or to an editing unit and avoid the search for one among 250 that would be on a memory card tody. The manual gives advice on how to name or rename such files, but little on establishing these little fellows.
Thanks for your attention to this note. D F Lane, March 11, 2008

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  • D F Lane Mar 12, 2008

    I have stated my problem in the space provided above. Thanks DF L

  • D F Lane Mar 15, 2008

    Thanks tons, you were quick and accurate. I found items in the index I did not know were there. D F Lane

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Thannks for your follow-up. Your references to selected pages in the camers's manuel were the what I needed. I got sidetracked by researching the word files.
The word is folders. Regardless, I was impressed by the featues of the camera.

Having edited stills and tapes with commercial equipment, I victimized myself by locking in on old words. My asking for the abillilty to move existing shots among old and new folders was asking a little much. I can do that with my editing equipment. With a little practice I will further enjoy the extensive range of this D-70.

I thank you again for your assistance and depth of knowledge. D F Lane

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