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Old May 16, 2005, 11:44 AM   #1
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I need to be able to take 3-7 photographs in a short span of time (less than a second) on the Nikon D100. These pictures need to be taken on different levels of exposure to make an HDRI (high dynamic range imaging) picture. The reason for the short span of time is that the pictures will be taken outside, with variables changing quickly (i.e. clouds, shadows, etc.) Is there any software or operations on the camera that will allow me to do this?
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Old May 16, 2005, 12:08 PM   #2
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The D100 will only do 3fps max. For more than that you'll need either a D2hs or D2x. But if you catch a nice windless day, you can bracket your shots and shoot at 3fps, but only up to 3 frames. You can bracket your shots manually, if your subject is still enough. The D2x allows bracketing of up to 9 frames at 5-8fps.
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