rymy wrote in post #15068212
Well hot Damn!!! So if RM1 on one camera body and RM2 on the other camera body and start off both cards with the file number 0000 they should have stay in the same sequence upon import?
I agree with the above advice: Make sure your camera times are set as closely as possible.
Then in Lightroom, after you import both cameras' sets into a folder or collection, you can manage them in a variety of ways - the simplest of which is to just sort the whole batch by Capture Time so they're in the correct chronological order.
Don't forget that you can still apply other filters within the Library module, such as filtering by camera body or by lens type.
When I had a two-camera shoot with my wife as the second shooter, I renamed my files as shootname_0001 and I renamed her files to shootname_1001. So, I can easily sort by Capture Time if I want to see chronological, or sort by File Name if I want to separate the two cameras, without going into the library filters. Of course, the library filter is still there if I want any additional organization.
If your camera times don't line up precisely, Lightroom provides a tool to tweak the timestamp on the photos after import. In my case, I thought the cameras were set to precisely the same time, but I still had to advance the timestamp on the second camera's photos by about a minute and a half, to get things to line up perfectly.