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.

    TIA
    Proctor
     
    Proctor, Jan 28, 2004
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  2. Proctor

    gsum Guest

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

    Graham
     
    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.

    Thanks

    Proctor
     
    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.

    Gav
     
    Gavin Cato, Jan 28, 2004
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  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
     
    Proctor, Jan 28, 2004
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  6. Proctor

    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
     
    Proctor, Jan 29, 2004
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  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
     
    Proctor, Jan 29, 2004
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  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
     
    Proctor, Jan 30, 2004
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