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What is the rate of continuous frame advance?

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Re: What is the rate of continuous frame advance?

The continuous advance speed is approximately 2 fps (frame per second), but actual speed may vary depending on the subject or according to the selected image size. The maximum number of images that the camera can capture continuously is as below. Fine: 5/8/11/23 Std: 7/11/16/32 Econ: 11/17/22/40 Super Fine, RAW: Not available (Image size: 2560x1920 / 1600x1200 / 1280x960 / 640x480) On the other hand, the UHS (Ultra High Speed) achieves up to 7fps continuous capturing. The maximum number of images that the camera can capture continuously is as below. Fine: 15 Std: 31 Econ: 39 - Image Size is 1280x960 (SXGA) only. - AF, AE and White Balance are locked for the first frame in the series. - 1/8s or faster shutter speed is automatically selected. - Digital subject program is unavailable.

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