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5 FPS - With different exposures?

boloman

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boloman Registered since 16th Feb 2009
Tue 17-Feb-09 01:54 PM | edited Tue 17-Feb-09 06:22 PM by boloman

I shoot a lot of Hockey, D700 - 80-200 F2.8 Zoom.
Exposure: Manual - ISO 4000-5000, F 2.8 Shutter 640 - 800 - 8 gig Lexar CF Card 233x. Autofocus 51 point.

The problem I am having is even with completely MANUAL exposure, I am getting variable exposures within a 5 or more frame burst. It can be as much as 2 stops (index equivalent).

I have turned off most of camera aids, ie: Auto ISO etc, but can't seem to eliminate the variations in exposure. Is this normal?

To expand on this issue:

I'm shooting regularly with AUTO White Balance however I have shot using a calibrated WB with similar results. Also, I have shot at more than 10 different indoor venues with the same result, outdoor tests are next.

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