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kentak Silver Member Nikonian since 03rd Jul 2010Sun 23-Sep-12 11:02 PM
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#10. "RE: Can't Get Multile Exposure with bracketing to work."
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Mon 24-Sep-12 12:46 AM by kentak

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>Kent,
>
>I just tried bracketing and ME with my D5100. As soon as you
>set ME, bracketing is grayed out and not allowed. While it is
>allowed on my D700 someone with a D7000 will have to verify if
>the two modes can coexist. I can't.
>
>Len

Len,

I do have a D7000 and I have not been able to get them to work together. It's one or the other.

More to the OP's point, even if you could get bracketed exposure combined into one ME, it wouldn't be a HDR image. Since the D7000 does not have the in-camera HDR feature, I'm still sticking with my original reply to him that he needs to take a series of separate bracketed exposure and combine them with HDR software in post.

As a separate issue, your example images intrigue and confuse me. You show four exposure which are labeled as "nef" files. Do I understand that your camera combines three nef files into a new composite nef file? Am I reading that right?

I played around a little with ME on my D7000. I see where it outputs a jpeg and nef of the ME, but no sign of the comprising exposures. Interesting.

Kent

  

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