Multiple Exposure fun

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vockman Contributing Member • Posts: 528
Multiple Exposure fun

Another reason to love the Z6 is a multiple exposure mode that allows you to preview your second and even third, exposure in the EVF while your shooting.

Much to my delight I have found that:

- you still get individual raw files although the composite is a jpeg

- auto iso works. Exposure compensation, shutter speed and Fstop can be adjusted for each image

- you can change lens in between images

- Lighten and Darken blending modes are super useful but I am not clear if their effect is implemented in the preview, I don't think it is.

It is a great new way to create slow shutter speed flash sync effects and zooming during exposure without having to use a flash! (so the results don't have that flash look) Take one sharp exposure and one blurry, shaky slow shutter speed exposure.

I couldn't figure out if the second exposure was laggy/delayed due to low light or because of demand on the processor from using this feature or a combination of both. But timing the second shot is tricky.

Anyone have any observations or tips about working in this mode?

Nikon Z6
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