Hear that faint rattle as you gently shake your D50? It's the orientation sensor, which determines whether you're shooting in vertical or horizontal, and lets the Nikon D50 embed this information in the image file. When you review images on the LCD, the camera orients them properly. The sole drawback: When you're reviewing images in the camera, vertical shots may be rotated and fitted to the LCD's shorter dimension. To see your previews full-size (but sideways), go to the Setup Menu, choose Image Rotation, and set it to Automatic. Then, visit the Playback menu and, under the Rotate Tall option, pick No. The correct orientation will be stored in the image file, but the D50 won't use it in image review.