D850 Bracketing Setings

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sroni21 Regular Member • Posts: 104
D850 Bracketing Setings

Hi all-

I was wondering, is there any way to make your bracketed shots fire in succession with only one push of the shutter?

Also is there any way for the camera to automatically insert a black frame after a completed bracket?

Thanks!

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romfordbluenose Veteran Member • Posts: 5,175
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sroni21 wrote:

Hi all-

I was wondering, is there any way to make your bracketed shots fire in succession with only one push of the shutter?

Yes put your camera into cl or ch. It'll take the bracketed shots and then stop. (Read bracketing in your manual)

Also is there any way for the camera to automatically insert a black frame after a completed bracket?

Not as far as I know, but the bracketing pauses at the ned of each burst so you could then take a blank shot/burst.

Thanks!

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NotASpeckOfCereal Senior Member • Posts: 1,833
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romfordbluenose wrote:

sroni21 wrote:

Hi all-

I was wondering, is there any way to make your bracketed shots fire in succession with only one push of the shutter?

Yes put your camera into cl or ch. It'll take the bracketed shots and then stop. (Read bracketing in your manual)

Another method:

  • Use Live View, Silent Photography mode
  • Put the camera on self-timer (I use the lowest time setting)

On shutter press, the camera delays for a self-timer setting, then fires off all bracketed shots. No mirror slap, no shutter shock, no noise. Just wait for the green "write" light to stop.

Chris

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AZBlue
AZBlue Senior Member • Posts: 2,919
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romfordbluenose wrote:

sroni21 wrote:

Hi all-

I was wondering, is there any way to make your bracketed shots fire in succession with only one push of the shutter?

Yes put your camera into cl or ch. It'll take the bracketed shots and then stop. (Read bracketing in your manual)

That only works while keeping the shutter depressed. it will not fire the entire series upon a single, short press of the shutter release. You do not want to hold the button to perform what you describe above, as it will induce camera shake.

The best method is the self timer method, that way you are not touching the camera and shake has settled before your series fires.

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RafaelD7
RafaelD7 Senior Member • Posts: 2,094
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Good tip! Thank you very much.

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