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    Mijn d7000 schiet geen 5 frames per serlc

    Hoe komt het dat mijn d7000 geen 5 frames per seconde maakt
    Grts carl


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    Re: Mijn d7000 schiet geen 5 frames per serlc

    Carl,
    I do not speak Dutch, nor do I own de D7000.
    Nevertheless, I try to give an answer based on my experience with the D7100.
    According to the specifications, the D7000 is capable to shoot "between 1 and 5 fps".
    However, that depends on type of files you shoot (raw or jpeg) the size of sied files and also if additional features are turned on such as distortion control.
    Of course, the card r/w speed is also a consideration.
    My D7100 was only to shoot the max fps in jpg. In raw, the buffer filled up after maybe 3 shots and fps diminished drastically.

    Hope that helps.
    No such issues exist with the D500, though ;-)

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    Re: Mijn d7000 schiet geen 5 frames per serlc

    Quote Originally Posted by Theeuwes carl View Post
    Hoe komt het dat mijn d7000 geen 5 frames per seconde maakt
    Grts carl
    Quote Originally Posted by Daniel Aegerter View Post
    Carl,
    I do not speak Dutch, nor do I own de D7000.
    Nevertheless, I try to give an answer based on my experience with the D7100.
    According to the specifications, the D7000 is capable to shoot "between 1 and 5 fps".
    However, that depends on type of files you shoot (raw or jpeg) the size of sied files and also if additional features are turned on such as distortion control.
    Of course, the card r/w speed is also a consideration.
    My D7100 was only to shoot the max fps in jpg. In raw, the buffer filled up after maybe 3 shots and fps diminished drastically.

    Hope that helps.
    No such issues exist with the D500, though ;-)
    Thanks for your help, Daniel!

    I ran the text thru a Dutch to English translator based on what Daniel mentioned. This is what comes up:

    Why is it that my d7000 does not make 5 frames per second
    Carl, you also want to be sure you are using a memory card with a fast enough write speed. If you are using a slow card, the camera might stop the ability to shoot until the images are written. What type of card are you using?
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