5_Burst mode

You can choose whether your Nikon takes a sin­gle shot or a burst of images when you press the shut­ter re­lease. Here’s when and why to use the dif­fer­ent drive modes

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Most Nikons have two main drive modes, sin­gle and con­tin­u­ous. In sin­gle shot drive mode, your cam­era will take one shot when you fully press the shut­ter re­lease, but won’t take an­other un­til you lift your fin­ger off the re­lease and press it again. This is per­fect if you only want to take one shot at a time, but for mov­ing sub­jects it’s often bet­ter to switch to con­tin­u­ous shoot­ing mode, as this en­ables you to fire off a burst of images when you hold down the shut­ter re­lease. Cap­tur­ing the de­ci­sive mo­ment when shoot­ing ac­tion or move­ment is partly Once you’ve set con­tin­u­ous drive mode it’s not just a case of keep­ing your fin­ger on the shut­ter re­lease and hop­ing you’ll get the shot. The best way to use this mode is to shoot

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