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That rather sounds like preview images generated/extracted by your file system explorer. However, it would seem to be rather strange that they should be found in the trash rather than getting straightforwardly deleted when no longer in use since the trash is really intended for files by the user. You don't even bother to say whether you are missing your NEF ...


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It sounds like what you found were the JPEG preview thumbnail images that are part of NEF files. Raw files for just about every camera maker include more than just the raw data collected by the sensor. They also include metadata that records things such as camera settings and meter readings, as well as preview images (that can be full, half, or quarter size ...


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This is a generally good question -- I'd always be interested in an efficient way to "pre-edit" during the shoot. The bad news is I don't think there's any easy solution, at least for canon. My suggestions: Change your goal from tagging all pictures in a group, to marking the first picture of a group. This can be done with the camera, or in an old-...


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