Thanks. I don't do any in-camera processing (have all noise reduction, etc., turned off). I've tried AF-S and AF-C single point and multi-point. Auto ISO, ISO fixed at 100 (or some other value).
I would be very, very happy to get 15 seconds of continuous shooting. As it is, I get just enough for most events, but do have to be careful if things are moving faster than normal.
>I was serious. It is possible that I was mistaken, since I >was more "focused" on what I was shooting than >worrying about the buffer. But I didn't notice any problems. > >Busy week, but if I get a chance this week, I will try to >recreate my scenario with the same camera, lens, cards >starting from empty, etc. and see what happens. D7000, >18-200mm VRII, RAW 14bit going to Card-1, and full size (Fine) >jpegs going to Card-2. > >Would the focus method, ISO, etc. have any affect? I know >there is some in-camera processing (I didn't knowingly do any >of that) that seems to have a bad affect on throughput. > >Charlie