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I found ImageVerifier to work pretty well for both raws & jpgs on Windows. It seems to be abandonware at this point, so I've archived the latest version here: ImageVerifier 2.11 (see included .txt file to remove limitations)


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There is a simple way to do exactly what you want, but unfortunately cannot be done with the D5600 (or any camera with a single card slot). On Nikons with 2 card slots, you can set it so that all the NEF files go to one card, and the JPEG files go to the other card. Then, after you transfer the files you wish to keep, just format the card with the NEF files, ...


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Although I do agree with some of the comments, like that it makes more sense to keep all your photos on the phone rather than the camera, what you do is ultimately up to you. So I will answer your questions directly. Is using a PC/laptop the only way to delete the raw files and leave the corresponding JPEGs intact in the camera? You could use a card ...


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My Canon cameras also behave like this and AFAIK this is standard behavior for all cameras. Assuming 40-50MB for a JPEG+Raw pair you can still put over 1200 shots in a 64GB card. This is quite a lot. I have never achieved this despite a few shoot days where I was shutter-happy and used burst mode. And consider that you'll have to review all these pictures... ...


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Digikam, Photools iMatch, Adobe Lightroom will all import your photos into their catalogue, without moving them. These are just some of the available programs, look for photo management software that will allow hierarchical keywords/categories. You can use Summer and 1986 as tags, then filter your photos based upon the tags (also called categories and ...


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Why don't you just add a column for the photo's path and filename (or URL) to your spreadsheet. If the photos are on shared media the website creator can access the photo directly from the spreadsheet, or a comma/tab separated export file exported from that spreadsheet.


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If you want to keep the photos organized in Lightroom renaming ideally happens inside Lightroom as well. Otherwise you'll have to re-link files in Lightroom after an external rename. Renaming in Lightroom can be done using metadata fields, so ideally you'll set metadata fields based on the Excel (or database). For that you can use exiftool in combination ...


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