Attn: Nikon - Suggestion for Smart Photo Selector mode
I haven't (yet?) pulled the trigger on buying a Nikon 1 camera,
but curious what others think about this idea.
Wouldn't it be cool if the Smart Photo Selector mode could
bracket ISO and exposure comp? I realize this is similar to
what some people, and some reviews, have suggested, but
I am specifically thinking that each time you press the shutter
release, it would automatically take the following shots (or,
3 different ISO settings
3 different exposure comp settings
Repeat all of above a second time
Ability to do this in A or S or M modes.
That would be 3 x 3 x 2 = 18 shots, all together.
The point of repeating the 3 x 3 (ISO x exposure comp) sequence
is that you would get a slightly different timepoint (or, the user
could defeat this repetition).
For static subjects, you'd get very nice bracketing. Perhaps you
could even choose more than 3 ISO settings or exposure comp
settings, as long as the total variations does not exceed 20 (or
For moving subjects, obviously you would lose some time-resolution.
Thoughts? I'm ready to be told how stupid this is.
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