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shoestring Registered since 15th Mar 2009
Sat 03-Oct-09 08:30 PM

I have just received my D5000 back from it's recall and the read out for the memory buffer for Continuous Release Mode in the OVF says that I have only 13 shots available. I didn't believe this and did a test and sure enough after 13 the shutter slowed down to about 1 per second. If I stop after about 6 shots, the availability in the buffer is up to 13 again! According to the user's manual (page 66), I should expect up to 100 images to be taken in continuous release mode.

Is there a problem with my camera or am I misreading the manual? Is there a button I should have pressed? Is there a button I SHOULD have pressed? I can't find anything in the Manual to help.


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