#1. "RE: Interval Timer Shooting" In response to Reply # 0

Nevis, US

You didn't say which camera you have, but with a D300, you have to set the interval, number of intervals, and number of shots per interval. Your test of 5 minutes and three pictures wasn't complete. If you want pictures taken every 5 minutes for 20 minutes, you have to enter 5 minutes for the interval, 5 for the number of intervals (shots at 0, 5, 10, 15, and 20 minutes), and the number of shots per interval (3 in your test).

The exposure time can't be longer than the interval or it won't work correctly.

By the way, your first example, 2 shots every second for two hours, would result in 14,400 pictures. Is that what you're looking for?!

#2. "RE: Interval Timer Shooting" In response to Reply # 1 Thu 28-Jul-11 06:21 PM by dukecl

CL

>You didn't say which camera you have, but with a D300, you >have to set the interval, number of intervals, and number of >shots per interval. Your test of 5 minutes and three pictures >wasn't complete. If you want pictures taken every 5 minutes >for 20 minutes, you have to enter 5 minutes for the interval, >5 for the number of intervals (shots at 0, 5, 10, 15, and 20 >minutes), and the number of shots per interval (3 in your >test). > >The exposure time can't be longer than the interval or it >won't work correctly. > >By the way, your first example, 2 shots every second for two >hours, would result in 14,400 pictures. Is that what you're >looking for?!

Excuse me, my camera is the Nikon D5100. Then, I need to calculate. For example I Want a video of 5 minutes for a session of 2 hours, but I don't know how to make the calculation. Thanks for your help.

#3. "RE: Interval Timer Shooting" In response to Reply # 2 Thu 28-Jul-11 06:45 PM by aolander

Nevis, US

There are 12 five minute segments in an hour (60 minutes/hour divided by 5 minutes/interval gives you 12 intervals/hour) , so you need 24 intervals plus one at the beginning for a 2 hour session. Set the interval to 5 minutes, the number of intervals to 25, and the shots per interval to 3, or whatever number of shots you want at each interval.

#4. "RE: Interval Timer Shooting" In response to Reply # 3

CL

>There are 12 five minute segments in an hour (60 minutes/hour >divided by 5 minutes/interval gives you 12 intervals/hour) , >so you need 24 intervals plus one at the beginning for a 2 >hour session. Set the interval to 5 minutes, the number of >intervals to 25, and the shots per interval to 3, or whatever >number of shots you want at each interval.

Thanks Alan. I'm going to make a test. First I have to see how work the set up in my camera (D5100) Thanks again.

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