As far as I know, no-one has succeeded in changing the info that is written in the Exif data
I can create multiple folders in my 5D Mark II and select them through the menu.
The information could be stored within the filename as well if EXIF changes are impossible.
Is that a build in function?So you create some folders and select your shooting directory?
Quote The information could be stored within the filename as well if EXIF changes are impossible.Actually, the filename structure is very specific and cannot be altered. Usually follows IMG_nnnn structure where nnnn are sequential numbers.QuoteIs that a build in function?So you create some folders and select your shooting directory? Yes. You can create multiple folders following the structure nnn between 100 and 999 followed by 5 alphanumeric characters including an underscore. You then simply use the menu to select your desired folder. I don't know if this can be implemented in CHDK. Just pointing to it as a possible solution.
The suffix "iiii" would be the identifier.
QuoteThe suffix "iiii" would be the identifier.It has alrady been said, but the filename structure is a standard that camera makers adopted after years of incompatibility. Breaking that standard would be a bad idea, with consequences such as no longer being to print photos on the direct-print "thingies" or even seeing the photos in your camera.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Design_rule_for_Camera_File_systemI was thinking a but a lua scrip to rename photos after shooting but that would not work, because if you rename a file (for example) from IMG_1230.JPG to IMG_1230_002.JPG, the next photo will be called again IMG_1230.JPG, as the camera sees that number as available
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