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    D70 Filename Question

    So im out shooting alittle today with my D70, and when i get back and download pictures i notice that part way through the underscore moves from being after DSC to before it. I like it alot better between the numbers and i don't recall changing a setting or anything like that. Has anyone else had this happen, and if so any ideas on how to get it back?
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    So i found the reason at dpreview. Incase anyone else cares here is what it is:

    (x)RGB-mode is set to Adobe Mode II. I used it for a couple of days and noticed the same. Putting it to Ia or IIIa will result in DSC_xxxx.NEF instead of _DSCxxxx.NEF.
    Not sure if i understand why they would do it, but it works.
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    So are you going to set it to Ia or IIIa?
    What's the difference?

    What is the best mode to use?

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    I just went back to the way it was, which i think was Ia. I didn't mean to change it. As to what is best ive never really figured all that out:P. I know sometimes when i am editing my raw pictures i will switch between them and different ones make differnet colors look better but i wouldn't have a clue as to which to use in each different senerio.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MiLo_Anderson
    sometimes when i am editing my raw pictures i will switch between them and different ones make differnet colors look better
    Interesting, I'll have to experiment with that.

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