I am trying to use the photo shooting menu banks in the following way. A: this is what I use for landscape and similar subjects. I normally have it set to ISO 64, aperture priority or manual mode. B: I use this for subjects that move slowly. Aperture priority, auto ISO, minimum shutter speed 1/400s. C: Fast-moving subjects Aperture priority, auto ISO, minimum shutter speed 1/1600s. The reason I use aperture priority is because it allows me to adjust exposure compensation via easy exposure compensation using the main command dial without having to press and hold the +/- button, which I don't find as quick or comfortable. The reason I go into settings banks is because when using auto ISO, the minimum shutter speed can only be set in the menu which is a time-consuming operation, and I need to be able to do it quickly. I switch between photo shooting menu banks A/B/C by pressing and holding the record button and turning the main command dial. Now here's the problem: each photo shooting menu bank has stored the directory where the files are to be stored. If I switch between B and C banks during a session where the directory reaches 999 files, a new directory is created. However, if I then switch to another photo shooting bank (between B and C usually), it creates another new directory and after this points the files created using B and C photo shooting banks are stored in different directories. This is problematic for me as I cannot then as easily browse the files in shooting order. The confusion continues when I edit the images as I'm using the camera-created directory names as subdirectories under the project name to minimize the chance that a photo with the same name is trying to be overwritten. What I would like is that the directories for the photo shooting menu banks stay synchronized to the same directory name so that I don't end up with different directories just because I want to use a different minimum shutter speed for different shots. If anyone has a workaround to this, I would be happy to hear about it. Thanks for your help.