Another OM-D trap to watch out for...

Started May 9, 2012 | Discussions thread
danijel973
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Re: Another OM-D trap to watch out for...
In reply to Louis_Dobson, May 9, 2012

Louis_Dobson wrote:

Dark noise subtraction switches off in burst mode.

Or, to put it more simply, long exposures have to be in single shot mode or you will get horrid noise. Mildly annoying if you know, a disaster if you don't (ask me how I found out...).

But this is true for every camera that I know of. Dark frame subtraction is always a single-shot option.

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