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Auto bracketing Does anyone know if the auto bracketing requires you keep the button depressed, or does it take all three during one exposure

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I'm not familiar with your camera but I know on the cameras I've used in the past that you have to keep the button pressed until all shots have been taken. I believe that some cameras can be set up to take each bracketed exposure each time you press the shutter button but I haven't come across this as yet.

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Bracketing with a Nikon L105


Well, in a word, no. However the camera does have exposure compensation (multi function button +/- and adjust the exposure compensation up or down) but the camera is not "smart" enough to give you the + and - effects of auto bracketing found on the more advanced Nikon cameras...I believe the D5100 is the least expensive in the Nikon lineup with feature. Good luck.

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Knocking noise when shredding paper


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Cross-cut shredders require monthly oiling of the cutting cylinders to maintain proper operation. Failure to oil the blades regularly could result in excessive noise during operation.

Oiling Your Shredder's Cutting Blades:

To keep your shredder in top condition, the cutting blades need to be oiled every so often (for frequency, please refer to your owner's manual). We recommend using Powershred® Lubricant or a vegetable-based oil (such as corn or canola) in a non-aerosol container with an extension nozzle.

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I have a 36 exposure film in the camera with 25 pictures taken and I want to remove the film without taking more photos. How do I rewind?


To rewind the film mid-roll, press the two film rewind buttons simultaneously for one second. The two buttons are marked with a red film symbol, and double as the Auto Exposure Bracketing button to the left of the viewfinder and the Aperture/Exposure Compensation button to the right of the control panel.

The film is completely rewound when a blinking "E" shows in the control panel.

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HOW TO SET UP THE D80 FOR HDR


Page 140 of your manual "Bracketing Programs" . This camera seems only to be able to do a 3 frame bracket. Normal , Over , and Under exposure. Set the auto bracket to (3) frames, set a 2.0 bracketing increment the order is not really that important. Normal however should be your first frame shot. Make sure that only the speed changes in the different exposures not the aperture this would lead to de-focused images. One you have the three images you will have to bring them into ©Photoshop or ©Photomatrix Pro to create your HDR file. The camera will not create this HDR on its own. there are plenty of HDR tutorials on YouTube. Use a tripod ond a cable relaes when you are shooting in order to reduce movement in you images.

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Bracketing won't work


Did you take the pictures in automatic mode or are you taking them in Program or Manual mode? Try switching modes. it sounds like you are looking to get different exposures for a given scene, so I'm guessing you are looking to take better photographs. Let me know about your other shooting variables that are set on the camera and I'll let you know.

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Auto bracketing on a nikon d50


no. if you want more than 3, you will have to manually bracket those beyond the initial three. alternately, you can get a reading for settings then change to manual and continually adjust your aperture setting from whatever under exposure level you want to whatever over exposure level you want.
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Dec 09, 2007 | Nikon D50 Digital Camera

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Group portraits with fluorescent lighting


Appature settings are never precise because they constantly need to be adjusted to suit the individual lighting conditions, in other words it is impossible to make a blanket statement for the best fstop and shutter speed to use for florescent lighting since that would depend on the size of the room ambient light the number of florescent lights and the distance to the target. As a rule of thumb these cameras have reasonably good light sensors so setting them to auto and pressing the button halfway should show you a display of the recommended fstop and shutter settings. I would recommend then bracketing from these settings. Bracketing is the process of taking several shots while varying the exposure settings to "passthrough" the optimal settings. Usually if you have a good idea what exposure will work a three step bracket is all that is required.
Example (based on outdoor exposure):
Optimal settings show shutter at 500 fstop at 16
Bracket picture 1:
shutter 250 fstop 16
Picture 2:
Shutter 500 fstop 16
Picture 3:
Shutter 1000 fstop 16

There is also a handy rule of thumb for exposure settings
Note that this also changes based on type of film
See the following chart for iso 400 film fstop of 16:
Bright sunlight: shutter 1/2000 th or just 2000
Partly cloudy: about 1/500th or 500
Overcast:1/125th or 125
Medium source (open window on a sunny day): 60
Inside light: 30
Low light: 15 up to 1"
night: varying

Hope that helps

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CD400 Exposure Bracketing BUG!!!


What is the aperture and shutter speed when you take the bracketed exposure? The reason I ask is if the camera is at it's limit in shutter speed or aperture you could get a no change exposure.

Sep 13, 2005 | Sony Mavica MVC-CD400 Digital Camera

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Sequential shooting modes


There are four modes: Sequential shooting, High-speed Sequential shooting, AF Sequential shooting and Auto Bracketing. Sequential shooting modes can be selected from the DRIVE mode menu: Sequential shooting: A maximum of 11 frames can be shot sequentially at approximately 1.7 fps in HQ mode. Focus, Brightness (exposure) and White Balance are locked at the first frame. High-speed Sequential shooting: A maximum of 4 frames can be shot sequentially at approximately 3.3 fps. Focus, Brightness (exposure) and White Balance are locked at the first frame. AF Sequential shooting: Focus is individually locked for each frame. The AF Sequential shooting speed is slower than for normal sequential shooting. Auto Bracketing: When Auto bracketing is set, exposure is changed automatically for each frame when you start shooting. The exposure differential can be selected in the menus. Focus and white balance are locked at the first frame.

Sep 04, 2005 | Olympus Camedia C-60 Zoom Digital Camera

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Sequential shooting modes


There are four modes: Sequential shooting, High-speed Sequential shooting, AF Sequential shooting and Auto Bracketing. Sequential shooting modes can be selected from the DRIVE mode menu: - Sequential shooting: A maximum of 11 frames can be shot sequentially at approximately 1.7 fps in HQ mode. Focus, Brightness (exposure) and White Balance are locked at the first frame. - High-speed Sequential shooting: A maximum of 4 frames can be shot sequentially at approximately 3.3 fps. Focus, Brightness (exposure) and White Balance are locked at the first frame. - AF Sequential shooting: Focus is individually locked for each frame. The AF Sequential shooting speed is slower than for normal sequential shooting. - Auto Bracketing: When Auto bracketing is set, exposure is changed automatically for each frame when you start shooting. The exposure differential can be selected in the menus. Focus and white balance are locked at the first frame.

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