Meaning of C-REM on display

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by mcampos, May 29, 2005.

  1. mcampos

    mcampos

    96
    Apr 14, 2005
    Norwalk, CA
    Hi,

    I noticed in my D2H and my D2X that when I press the shutter half way down the remaining shots (REM) display changes to C-REM and I can't find any reference to this in the manual. I shoot NEF uncompressed. I am wondering if anyone knows what this means?

    For example I have a 1GB card in the camera right now with 8 shots already taken, the normal display says REM 42 (9), when I press the shutter 1/2 down it changes to C-REM 16 (9).

    Thanks in advance for your feedback.
     
  2. Continuous remaining? How many shots you could fire in one salvo, I guess. I'm sure it's in the manual but I am too lazy to go dig it up right now... ;-)
     
  3. mcampos

    mcampos

    96
    Apr 14, 2005
    Norwalk, CA
    Thanks Roger,

    I have both the D2H and D2X manual in PDF and a search for C-REM does not turn anything up.
     
  4. MikeG

    MikeG

    145
    Apr 30, 2005
    SF Bay Area
    D2H Manual Page 71...

    Custom setting D2

    "Can be used to limit the maximum number of photographs that can be taken in a single burst to any amount between one and forty."

    My D2 setting on the D2H shows 40. With quality set to RAW the C-Rem indicates 25. With quality set to JPEG Fine it shows 40.

    You can use this setting to limit how many you can get firing on full "rock and roll."

    HTH :roll:
     
  5. mcampos

    mcampos

    96
    Apr 14, 2005
    Norwalk, CA
    Thanks Mike, I kept searching for c-rem in the text.
     
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