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Image Folder What happens to first 500 files when the image folder reaches 500. Manual says a new folder will be automatically created but says nothing about what has happened to the first 500 files.

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When you format memory, first folder is created eg "dsc0001", first 500 images are stored here. Take more images, new folder "dsc0002" is created, second 500 images stored here.

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