I recently purchased f828 and been quite happy with it. I want to shoot hdr images with it and when i manually change the EV values, the camera seems to move very slightly even though it's attached to tripod. I've show one HDRI using mirrored sphere. Basically it worked out ok, but there are small errors in the image.
So, i was wondering if remote control allows me to change the exposure correction? Does anyone know?
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Re: What functions i can control with remote in f828?
Regarding remote control, sorry to say but it's very limited. With RM-VD1 you can only:
Shutter release 1st and 2nd step
Zoom in/out (except with F828 which has manual zoom)
Rec/Stop (only with a camcorder)
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Some of these functions are not available when other options are set on the camera. HDR and handheld night mode aren't available if you are saving the images with the Quality set to RAW or either RAW + JPEG option. It doesn't work with still pictures when in movie mode. HDR is also not compatible with the Time Lapse Shot or Auto Shoot in Stop-Motion Mode. I'm not sure if there are similar limits with the Panoramic shot mode.
Set the camera's shooting mode to one of the two remote modes. The quick-response remote mode fires the shutter when you press the button on the remote. The delayed remote mode gives you two seconds to hide the remote behind your back before firing the shutter.
To set the camera's shooting mode, press and hold the shooting mode button (marked with overlapping rectangles) and turn the main command dial. Full details are in the camera manual in the "Choosing a Shooting Mode" section (page 62 in my copy). If you need a manual, you can download one from Nikon's web site at http://support.nikontech.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/13140
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Hi you can accomplish this quite easily with a basic universal remote control, depending on which make and model you choose will depend on how many functions you can use or store within the controller, if you go for something like the following you will certainly be able to control the three components at a basic level, i.e volume, channel, input e.t.c
As I understand,
And for what others have said in this forum, the answer is no.
I wanted to buy an Extreme III card, but there was an complete NO on this issue.
The point is... if there is no Sony device that can use 80X, why do they sell it?????
Yes... I don't remember the code I think is HC-VC1 or something like that, go to http://bhphotovideo.com and look for F828 accesories. It is around 35 USD and it is, after the flash, the best gadget for the camera I had found.