Folders, Folders (a 125), A 125 – Nikon D60 User Manual
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Basic Camera Settings: The Setup Menu
Create new folders on the memory card and choose the folder to
which new photographs will be recorded.
Folder names are comprised of a three-digit folder number and a
five-digit folder name (e.g., “100NCD60“). Folder numbers are
assigned automatically by the camera and folder names can be
created by the user.
Each folder can contain up to 999 photographs. During shooting, photographs are recorded in the
highest-numbered folder for the selected name. For example, if the folder NCD60 is selected for
Select folder and there are two folders named “101NCD60“ and “102NCD60“, photographs are
recorded in “102NCD60“. If a photograph is taken when the current folder is full or contains a
photograph numbered 9999, the camera will create a new folder by adding one to the current
folder number (e.g., “101NCD60“).
Choose the folder in which subsequent photographs will be recorded.
* When the current folder is deleted using the Delete option, or a different memory card inserted
in the camera, that folder will continue to be displayed as the current folder. If a picture is taken
with this folder selected, a new folder with the same name will be created.
Create a new folder and name it. Press K to save changes and return to the setup menu.
Select a folder from the list and rename it in the rename screen. Rename folders in the same
manner with which new folders are named. The default folder cannot be renamed.
Delete all empty folders on the memory card.
(Displayed When Full Is Selected; A 118)
NCD60 (default folder)
(in alphabetical order)
Use the multi selector to
highlight letters, press Q
Folder name appears here.
To move cursor, rotate the
The input comment will begin at the current cursor position in the name area. Folder names
can be up to five characters long. Any additional characters will be deleted. To delete the
character at the current cursor position, press J. Press O to exit without creating a new
folder or changing the folder name.