What's the real FPS / time allowed the V2 can have .. shooting RAW

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Franka T.L. Veteran Member • Posts: 8,143
What's the real FPS / time allowed the V2 can have .. shooting RAW

OK so I keep hearing and even Nikon proclaim on their spec 60 FPS capture. But what about the Buffer, and Buffering. How does it all work out in real world, Anyone having the V2 care to enlighten this one here. What really is the buffer depth of the V2 and how fast and for how long  it can actually sustain doing the shooting in real world.

I try digging through Nikon's Owner Manual but still can;t find any real answer to that. Though it did say the V2 is capable to be shooting at 5 FPS, 15 FPS, 30 FPS and 60 FPS.  No info regarding the actual buffer, but on one source ( Japanese ) it stated 50 frames buffer for RAW. That still do not tell how well it will do on those lower setting ( the buffering, presuming the card can take it as fast as the camera pour data into it )

One thing for sure, if its really 50 frames buffer than that 60 FPS setting is really of very limited usage for sure

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