Does D100 number your shots like all the lesser DCams?

Discussion in 'Digital Cameras' started by Proctor, Jan 28, 2004.

  1. Proctor

    Proctor Guest

    I have ordered D100 and want to know if this camera also have numbered
    photos that cannot be reset.

    Proctor, Jan 28, 2004
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    gsum Guest

    The D100 resets the numbering when you clear the CF
    card. This can be overridden via the menu system.

    gsum, Jan 28, 2004
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  3. Proctor

    Proctor Guest

    Thanks for that. Can't wait to get this beauty. Do you own one? I was also
    wondering the difference between the D100 and the D70. Maybe I should save a
    few bucks if it is not to late to change my order. Not being a pro I would
    have to ask those that really know.


    Proctor, Jan 28, 2004
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    Gavin Cato Guest

    The D70 has 1/500 flash sync, the metering system is from the F5/D2h, has a
    larger buffer, and has their latest flash technology.

    I'd get the D70 - on paper anyway.

    Gavin Cato, Jan 28, 2004
  5. Proctor

    Proctor Guest

    Thanks guys. I am new to the better cameras now That I can afford more I
    tend to spend more and need to learn more so I am happy to get any input
    possible. I may end up with the D100 as I believe the order has just been
    placed. I next to have to pick lenses to replace my older AF NIKKOR 50mm
    1:1.8 and AF 70-210mm 1:4 (I gather these are rather inexpensive to begin
    with) but hope these will work on the D100 until next month when I can drop
    another K or so. If anyone has any suggestions feel free to educate me.

    Proctor, Jan 28, 2004
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    Proctor Guest

    Thanks Paolo. I appreciate the education. I will keep my eyes open for one
    or the other of those lenses. I probably won't be getting rid of any of the
    lenses I have as they would not get much on any market. I'll end up being a
    collector with more than I could possibly use like all the useless computers
    I have stockpiled. I hope to get as much as I can for this new Nikon. Do you
    think it is possible to connect the D100 to a computer to control remote
    operation? I would definately want some way of control rather than spending
    the $500 asking price for the best remote Nikon has to offer.

    Proctor, Jan 29, 2004
  7. Proctor

    Proctor Guest

    I was looking at the best remote that Nikon has availably and wondering if
    anyone had modified this perhaps with a 'homebrew' concotion that might
    allow outside control. Of course I only looked at a picture but thought it
    might be possible. Thinking that the basic remote may only be a switch using
    two contacts one could imagine this would be pretty simple. I will however
    order the battery pack and the remote as you suggest. Perhaps online tonight
    might even be a good idea.

    Thank you once again.

    Proctor, Jan 29, 2004
  8. Proctor

    Proctor Guest

    Nothing other than the usual playing around like maybe time lapse. Maybe
    what the original can do with the aid of computer software. I suppose I
    really should do more reading about these items before I trouble you with
    questions I can find answers to on my own. I know there are other groups
    that I haven't searched yet.

    Proctor, Jan 30, 2004
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