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When recording sequentially, how long do I have to wait between frames (recording interval)?

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The recording interval between when the shutter-release button is depressed until the next frame is available is approximately 0.9 second. (Focusing time not involved. E.Fine/Fine/Std, 2560x1920.) Raw/Tiff take aprox. 1.1 sec. due to large file size.

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