Lonnie Utah wrote:Did you keep the camera on the whole time or were you turning it on and off? Sound's like to me you get an imcomplete file write which threw off all the other files....
Actually, the file this problem first occured, was when the camera was fully on and I was taking sequential shots of the Tallship Mir and its cadets from the docks. Therefore, the camera was never turned off until I parted with the ship.
There are some frames which look as though there's a juxtapositioning of several different shots, as you suggest, but if there ever was a power cut at any moment it wasn't because I turned the camera off. The card does show signs of being faulty, because I took some other individual shots to see what the card does with them, only to find that all the elements of the subjects in the scene are completely disarrayed with strange graphical interpretations.
I shot, the way I always did with any other card I have. This must be a unique situation...at least for me.
I *think*, I should of formatted the card the moment I inserted it into the camera.
Thanks for the heads up! I'll check a second time and make sure that the files are written before I turn it off at any time.