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Old Jul 11, 2003, 12:54 PM   #1
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Default CP-950 Speed/Aperture settings on pics CF card

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Can I recover the Speed and Aperture settings of pics taken earlier and still stored on the CF memory card in my CF-950?
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Old Jul 12, 2003, 11:15 PM   #2
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Default Re: CP-950 Speed/Aperture settings on pics CF card

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Can I recover the Speed and Aperture settings of pics taken earlier and still stored on the CF memory card in my CF-950?
Since I don't have my 950 in hand for some time, I could be wrong. If you can see the file name, you can always recover it. Put the card in your CF reader and your computer will see it as a disk. Open the disk and you should see a file something like INFO.TXT (correct me if I am wrong). Drag and drop this file to your hard drive, and use an editor to open it. Then, you should see the exposure information of each image. Hope I did not say anything wrong.

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Old Jul 13, 2003, 4:14 PM   #3
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Default Shene:

Thanks. I found the info on your website under Playback. In Play, I turned the command wheel to bring on the picture info, since it was still, luckily, in the CF card after I copied to my HD.
On the HD I found a file called Zb Thumbnail as type INFO but couldn't open it. It is listed as size 0.
I made sure all hidden files are open.
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