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Continous burst mode

Has anyone explored the continous burst mode with the 3000z? I've read that the camera can snap at 2fps. Are the frames clear and sharp? That is, can I take a continuous burst of someone swinging a golf club and acquire sharp frame by frame action? One more question: the movie mode of the Epson captures at 15fps. Can you view each frame separately (one frame at a time) or must it be viewed as a movie? Again, can I take a picture of someone swinging a golf club in movie mode and then analyze the action one frame at a time?

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Re: Continous burst mode

The Movie Mode takes very low resolution frames and can be re-played frame-by-frame.

Use the Continuous Mode for resolutions 2,048x1,536 or 1,600x1,200 or 640x480 get more details than movie.

For higher frame rates, use 1,600x1,200 and you can get quite good photos.

Posted on Feb 09, 2008

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