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grog13
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I have a question regarding shutter/mirror behavior. (I'm a former Canon shooter, right now just a point & shooter.) My last Canon (50D) had a very convenient feature: with the mirror locked up and AE bracketing set, one shutter press would raise the mirror, and the next would shoot all three exposures, with the mirror remaining up the entire time. Very useful for exposure stacking in a situation where you didn't want to fool around between shots (slow moving clouds, moon, etc). Does the D7000 behave this way?
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Dec 11, 2012 at 03:20 PM
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Not that i know of!


Dec 11, 2012 at 03:54 PM
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grog13 wrote:
I have a question regarding shutter/mirror behavior. (I'm a former Canon shooter, right now just a point & shooter.) My last Canon (50D) had a very convenient feature: with the mirror locked up and AE bracketing set, one shutter press would raise the mirror, and the next would shoot all three exposures, with the mirror remaining up the entire time. Very useful for exposure stacking in a situation where you didn't want to fool around between shots (slow moving clouds, moon, etc). Does the D7000 behave this way?
Thanks



That was a good feature I liked in my 7D when I had it. From what I understand, Nikon cameras have to drop the mirror to re-cock the shutter.



Dec 11, 2012 at 08:35 PM





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