Nikon 13187 User Guide (en)

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The maximum number of shots that can be taken in a single burst in continuous 
mode can be set to any value between 1 and 100.
When a photograph is taken, the camera names the file by 
adding one to the last file number used. This option controls 
whether file numbering continues from the last number used 
when a new folder is created, the memory card is formatted, or 
a new memory card is inserted in the camera.
d6: Max. Continuous Release
G button
➜ A Custom Settings menu
A
The Memory Buffer
Regardless of the option selected for Custom Setting d6, shooting will slow when the 
memory buffer fills (
t00). See page 335 for more information on the capacity of the memory 
buffer.
d7: File Number Sequence
G button
➜ A Custom Settings menu
Option
Description
On
When a new folder is created, the memory card formatted, or a new memory card 
inserted in the camera, file numbering continues from the last number used or from 
the largest file number in the current folder, whichever is higher. If a photograph is 
taken when the current folder contains a photograph numbered 9999, a new folder 
will be created automatically and file numbering will begin again from 0001.
Off
File numbering is reset to 0001 when a new folder is created, the memory card is 
formatted, or a new memory card is inserted in the camera. Note that a new folder is 
created automatically if a photograph is taken when the current folder contains 999 
photographs.
Reset
As for On, except that the next photograph taken is assigned a file number by adding 
one to the largest file number in the current folder. If the folder is empty, file 
numbering is reset to 0001.
D
File Number Sequence
If the current folder is numbered 999 and contains either 999 photographs or a photograph 
numbered 9999, the shutter-release button will be disabled and no further photographs can 
be taken. Choose Reset for Custom Setting d7 (File number sequence) and then either 
format the current memory card or insert a new memory card.