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woodynorman Registered since 12th Apr 2013Fri 12-Apr-13 06:07 AM
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"New D7100. HDR question"


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Just upgraded from a D3200 to the D7100. So far, I love this camera, but I cant seem to take pics in HDR mode.

If I go into the menu and try to select HDR mode, it tells me that HDR "cannot be used with the cameras current settings or in it's current state"

I'm set to JPEG mode, per the manual, and all other settings seem to be OK.

Can anyone tell me why I cannot select HDR mode?

Thanks!

BTW, this is my first post here...just found this forum. Hope to spend a lot of time here!

  

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JosephK Silver Member Fellow Ribbon awarded for his excellent and frequent contributions and sharing his in-depth knowledge and experience with the community in the Nikonians spirit. Nikonian since 17th Apr 2006Fri 12-Apr-13 08:16 AM
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#1. "RE: New D7100. HDR question"
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Seattle, WA, US
          

Without knowing what all the other camera settings are at, I can see it being a problem if green-auto mode wants to pop up the flash.

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woodynorman Registered since 12th Apr 2013Fri 12-Apr-13 01:21 PM
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Sorry, should have given a few more details. I tried auto, M S A P modes and scene modes and still it gives me that same message.

  

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Pugzilla Gold Member Nikonian since 05th Aug 2008Tue 16-Apr-13 03:11 PM
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Hi again,

Going over the Shooting Menu, the only pertinent setting that I have found that grays out (and therefore prevents) the selection of "HDR" is the choosing of any of the 4 RAW (alone or in combination) selections from the "image quality" line. BTW, I use the Aperture Preferred (A) selection on the mode dial.

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Pugzilla Gold Member Nikonian since 05th Aug 2008Fri 12-Apr-13 05:04 PM
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Hi,

You probably have done this, but check pages 115-6 in the Users Manual anyway, and make sure your settings are correct. I checked my 7100 and had no difficulty getting an HDR image set up.

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Escaladieu Silver Member Nikonian since 18th Apr 2010Sun 14-Apr-13 12:49 PM
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Try setting your image format to JPG

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ov1av8r Gold Member Nikonian since 01st Mar 2014Sat 01-Mar-14 10:01 PM
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I found that the bracketing and HDR are mutually exclusive. Press the Bkt button on the front and turn bracketing off. HDR in the shooting menu should now be active.

  

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