Question about Cameras
You can customize shutter through the dial mode...
The D1 can be operated in single-frame or continuous shooting mode,self-timer mode,playback mode and PC mode...
To set the operating mode, hold the mode dial lock button down and turn the mode dial to desired setting.
(S) single frame shooting: one photograph is taken each time shutter-release is pressed, The next photograph can not be taken until the current photo has been saved to the flash memory card and the card access lamp has gone out.
(C) continuous shooting mode: Photographs are taken at a maximum rate pf 4.5 frames per second while the shutter is held down. Photos are stored in a temporary memory buffer,which can hold a maximum of 21 photos. When this limit is reached. The camera will be unable to record more photos until at least one of the images in the buffer has been transferred to the memory card.
in the event that the D1`s battery gets exhausted while taking pictures in the continuous mode the camera will stop shooting,
save images held in the temporary buffer to the memory card and turn off....
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Posted on Aug 11, 2008
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