Join Richard Harrington for an in-depth discussion in this video Shooting in continuous low- and high-speed modes, part of Learning the Nikon D5200 and D5300.
- Out of the box, your camera shoots a single photo…with each push of the shutter release button.…However, there are some situations where it could be useful…to shoot several photos in rapid-fire succession.…For example, to catch the action of an athlete,…or perhaps the perfect expression of a laughing child.…Remember, card space is pretty cheap, so cover your bases…and get a few extra shots in by using what's often called…burst mode or continuous shooting mode.…In continuous mode, your camera…captures a continuous stream of shots.…Your camera will store these shots…in a special area of memory called a buffer.…
As the buffer gets full, it'll start to transfer…the photos to your camera's memory card.…And if it can't transfer them fast enough, it may need…to stop shooting until there's room in the buffer again.…But keep in mind, using a faster memory card can really…let you shoot longer as it speeds up this transfer process.…Your camera has two different continuous modes.…To change release modes press the continuous shooting button…
- Getting ready to shoot
- Shooting in scene modes
- Working with the built-in flash
- Changing ISO
- Focusing with modes or by hand
- Understanding shutter release mode
- Switching metering modes
- Shooting with an external flash
- Shooting video
Skill Level Beginner
1. Quick Start
2. A Closer Look at the Camera
3. Shooting in Programmed Auto Mode
4. Exploring Autofocus
5. Understanding Shutter-Release Modes
Using the self-timer2m 20s
6. Understanding Exposure Controls
7. Beyond the Basics
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