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  1. #1
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    Exposure bracketting

    I was trying exposure bracketing other day where I wanted 5 different shots with 1 stop exposure difference. I had to press shutter 5 times for each shot. Does D7100 have a feature where I could just press shutter once and camera takes 5 shots automatically.

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    Re: Exposure bracketting

    Put the camera in Release mode CH and hold the button down. I will fire the 5 shots and stop if I remember correctly.
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    Re: Exposure bracketting

    Switch to CL or CH on the lower dial on the left , press and hold shutter button it will take the 5 shots , if using a tripod , which is probably better with bracketed shots , just press and hold the remote , hope this helps
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    Re: Exposure bracketting

    Quote Originally Posted by Don Kuykendall View Post
    Put the camera in Release mode CH and hold the button down. I will fire the 5 shots and stop if I remember correctly.
    Quote Originally Posted by Skwaz View Post
    Switch to CL or CH on the lower dial on the left , press and hold shutter button it will take the 5 shots , if using a tripod , which is probably better with bracketed shots , just press and hold the remote , hope this helps
    Yes, I agree...shoot in continuous. You can hold your finger down on the shutter and it will fire until the buffer fills...unless you remove your finger. With Don's comment, there is a menu setting you should check. Offhand I can't remember where it's located. You have the option to set your camera to fire the shutter only when the image is in focus OR even if the images aren't in focus (this would be the release mode). Release mode is especially helpful when your subject is moving and you want to spray and pray. Your camera won't hesitate to fire even when the subject isn't in focus. Since it allows the quick succession of shots, people find they get more usable images than when the camera hesitates to lock focus.
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  5. #5
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    Re: Exposure bracketting

    Guys, read the manual... All you need to do is turn the release mode dial to self-timer. Voila.


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    Re: Exposure bracketting

    I do this fairly often. Put shutter on CH and Bracketing on 3 or 5 shots, etc. Then just hold down the shutter release and it will fire 3 or 5 times and quit. Handheld bracketing at it' finest. Ha!
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