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Create custom folders.

Normally, your camera automatically creates folders to store your images. If you want to create a new folder before the existing one is full, choose Select Folder from Setup Menu 1 and then choose Create Folder.

The camera asks for permission to create the folder; tap OK or highlight it and press Set. The folder is automatically assigned the next available folder number and is selected as the active folder — the one that will hold any new photos you shoot. Tap Set or press the Set button to return to Setup Menu 1.

To make a different folder as the active folder, choose Select Folder again, choose the folder you want to use, and tap Set or press the Set button.

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