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Old Apr 26, 2006, 11:41 AM   #11
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As I said in your other post. You probably turned off the camera while that picture was loading from the buffer to the card. It will screw up the photo that is loading just about every time if you turn the camera off before it finishes.

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Thanks. I didn't see your other post yet. I wasn't aware of turning the camera off too soon. That is probably what happened. Glad to know it's not my camera or card.

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Old Apr 26, 2006, 5:37 PM   #12
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The D50 on/off switch is a logical switch, not a power switch. I noticed this while shooting RAW. After I turn off the camera it stays on for maybe half a second as it writes to the card (top LCD still on). When I shoot jpeg it turns off almost immediately.

I don't think it is anything to do with turning of the power switch.

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Ronnie948 wrote:
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As I said in your other post. You probably turned off the camera while that picture was loading from the buffer to the card. It will screw up the photo that is loading just about every time if you turn the camera off before it finishes.

Ronnie

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Thanks. I didn't see your other post yet. I wasn't aware of turning the camera off too soon. That is probably what happened. Glad to know it's not my camera or card.

Carol
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