#1. "RE: Three shots with one release?" | In response to Reply # 0olivierrychner Nikonian since 03rd Jan 2005Sun 06-Oct-13 01:21 PM
"CH" after setting your bracketing sequence (interval, number of images and order). One press of the button on the cord will shoot the whole sequence if you keep the button depressed.
But be careful, a bracketing sequence could take your shutterspeed into realms where even on a sturdy tripod, vibrations from the mirror could induce a blur in the images.
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#2. "RE: Three shots with one release?" | In response to Reply # 1Bass rock Registered since 21st Dec 2007Sun 06-Oct-13 01:52 PM
To add to Olivier's good advice. If you are shooting bracketed sequences but really don't need to do this quickly (to capture fast moving clouds for example) but you do want sharpness, I do recommend taking each frame separately using mirror-lock up and a cable release on a tripod. On my D800, a fast bracketed sequence invokes quite a bit of vibration as the mirror slaps up and down like a crazy thing.
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#3. "RE: Three shots with one release?" | In response to Reply # 2mjt73106 Registered since 24th Mar 2013Tue 08-Oct-13 01:38 AM
+1 on the earlier comments. Best to experiment with it a few times prior to engagement in the field. I have had good results, but it is not for all applications...