Nikon 1546 User Manual (en)

Download
152
i
Create, rename, or delete folders, or choose the folder in which subsequent 
photographs will be stored.
• Select folder: Choose the folder in which subsequent photographs will be stored.
• New: Create a new folder and name it as described below.
• Rename: Select a folder from the list and rename it as described below.
• Delete: Delete all empty folders on the memory card.
❚❚Naming and Renaming Folders
Folder names can be up to five characters long. To 
move the cursor in the name area, rotate the 
command dial. To enter a new letter at the current 
cursor position, use the multi selector to highlight the 
desired character in the keyboard area and press the 
X button. To delete the character at the current cursor position, press the O button. 
Press 
J to save changes and return to the shooting menu, or press G to exit 
without creating a new folder or changing the folder name.
Active Folder
G button
➜ C shooting menu
D
Folder Names 
On the memory card, folder names are preceded by a three-digit folder number assigned 
automatically by the camera (e.g., 100D5000). Each folder can contain up to 999 
photographs. During shooting, pictures are stored in the highest-numbered folder with the 
selected name. 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., 101D5000). The camera treats folders with the same name but 
different folder numbers as the same folder. For example, if the folder NIKON is selected for 
Active folder, photographs in all folders named NIKON (100NIKON, 101NIKON, 102NIKON, 
etc.) will be visible when Current is selected for Playback folder (0 146). Renaming 
changes all folders with the same name but leaves the folder numbers intact.
Current folder
Other folders (in alphabetical 
order)
D5000 (default folder)
Keyboard 
area
Name area