I have been reading tons of reviews and comments on the D7100 and I am very impressed with this new camera, however I have a question. Everything I read points to the bracketing being the same as was offered on the D7000, only 3 images at 1/3, 1/2, 1,or 2 is this correct. If so, how does one extend the capture of the dynamic range of a image where the light may cover multiple levels of light from black to white? Help?
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#1. "RE: D7100 - Shooting Bracketing" | In response to Reply # 0JosephK Nikonian since 17th Apr 2006Tue 30-Apr-13 08:13 PM | edited Tue 30-Apr-13 08:16 PM by JosephK
The obvious way to get more than three shots is to bracket using manual exposure.
The second way is to take two sets of brackets using exposure compensation to offset base exposure for the the bracket sets. Do a search in this forum for the details of doing this with the D7000. For example:
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#4. "RE: D7100 - Shooting Bracketing" | In response to Reply # 3nedo_hb Registered since 23rd Apr 2013Fri 03-May-13 09:26 PM
I have D7100 for 2 days now and i can confirm that it can shoot 5 frames in bracketing
Love mine so far
The thing is that i upgraded from D5100 so i have alot to learn about because the D7100 is so customizable(i guess the d7000 as well )