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CD1000 -multiple users & switching CD's & photo numbering

We are buying a CD1000 for work and will have multiple users. If each user uses a separate CD when taking photos are there any problems? What is the effect on the numbering sequence of the photos on any one CD (does the camera recognize the last photo number and start from there no matter which user puts their CD in?).

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There should be no problem RS. I currently have 2 discs on the go. The numbering sequence (and folders representing finalized sessions) are kept in a directory on the CD-R.

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