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Old Apr 4, 2007, 10:16 AM   #1
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Hi, I know the D80 and D200 offer multiple exposure. Can anyone tell me if they are the first Nikon DSLR's that offer that? The D100 doesn't have it, right?

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Old Apr 9, 2007, 2:29 AM   #2
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I have not seen it on any Nikon model until now.
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Old Apr 9, 2007, 2:18 PM   #3
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Hi - I presume you mean bracketing whereby I am able to take one shot with my D50, yet produce three photos simultaneosly. With the WB bracketing feature you can also set the white balance range in steps up to and between the range -3 and +3. These can then be merged using software offering some great effects.

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I presume it is the 1st Nikon Dslr camera which offer multiple exposure with some verities of "in built in camera image editing facilities".I think D-200 has no. of multiple exposure goes to 10 frames whereas D- 80 has limitation upto 3 frames. Check it out
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hauer54 wrote:
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Hi - I presume you mean bracketing whereby I am able to take one shot with my D50, yet produce three photos simultaneosly. With the WB bracketing feature you can also set the white balance range in steps up to and between the range -3 and +3. These can then be merged using software offering some great effects.

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No, you can take multiple exposures, as the old ploy of shooting some one on one end of the couch and double exposing with them on the other end so it looks like twins. There is also an image overlay option. These are in addition to the exposure bracketing options.
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Old Apr 25, 2007, 9:01 AM   #6
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Thanks guys... I thought it was just the D80 and D200 that had that feature, but since someone was disagreeing with me wanted to double check. Maybe they were thinking of bracketing NOT multiple exposure. I posted the same question on the Canon board and it seems like some people thought I meant bracketing also.

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