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D600: Question on using IR remote release

BGD600

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"RE: D600: Question on using IR remote release"

BGD600 Registered since 19th Sep 2012
Sun 25-Nov-12 06:04 PM

>You cannot shoot in continuous mode using the wireless
>remote, so if you use it for bracketed shots it will work the
>same as when doing individual shots. The remote will activate
>the mirror and then the shutter for the first shot and then
>repeat the sequence for subsequent shots.
>
>You can use the wireless remote from in front of or from
>behind the D600.
>
>Rocky
I think you can achieve multiple shots from a single remote press if you set up the self timer to your needs. Not sure how/if it works with bracketing though.

Of course, if you use a radio remote release then you can leave the camera in any mode you wish (except one press for open shutter and second press to close it)

A general, generic topic D600: Question on using IR remote release [View all] , Richschiff , Sat 24-Nov-12 06:44 PM
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