Betty LaRue Posted July 20, 2014 Share Posted July 20, 2014 I now have the Sony RX100 M3. Not that I didn't love the original RX100, but dang it, I lost it. I think I left it in the seat beside me at a restaurant and of course, nobody knows anything. I considered getting the same one, but decided on the M3 because of the pop up viewfinder and ND filter. I put a card into it that I took out of a small bag of new cards I bought last fall. Apparently, that card was one that had been used previously. I can't figure out why it didn't work otherwise. I took the Sony shopping with me yesterday and got some neat shots. Shots that just weren't there when I tried to download them. Funny thing, I could review the images in camera, but when I tried to download the card to my computer, there was nothing there that showed up, anyway. The three writings were: DCIM mp root Private. I always click on DCIM and that's where the images always are. I never saw a folder named Private, ever. I checked all 3 folders and no pictures in any of them. I took the card out of my Fuji X-T1 and put it in the Sony and formatted it. Snapped a half dozen pictures, same thing. No images. Yet when I put it back in the Fuji, the old Fuji images I had already downloaded were there. Formatting the card in the Sony didn't delete the Fuji images. I went back to my little bag of cards and put in what I hoped was brand new and unused rated 10 card. Formatted it. It works. So it is really true when they say not to use one card from camera to camera. I can't figure out why if it is reformatted, but hey, the proof was in the pudding. Just sayin'. Betty Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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