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Lucas789 Registered since 04th Oct 2011
Tue 04-Oct-11 04:23 AM

I've had my d5000 for about a year and a half now and just recently started getting into star trails and some light painting. For a long time I was just using time/bulb but because I live in such a "lit" area it's tough to get results. I read recently about stacking photos and wanted to give it a try. However, unless I'm missing something obvious, I'm having trouble figuring out how to use continuous release with a remote. Otherwise I'd have to stand at the camera holding the button for extended periods of time. Obviously this isn't functional. Is this done with the interval shooting option or am I missing something obvious on the continuous release. I've searched for a couple of days for an answer but can't find this specific topic. Any help would be appreciated.