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Time Lapse versus Interval Timer Shooting

DAJolley

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DAJolley Silver Member Nikonian since 19th Dec 2007
Sun 06-May-12 11:59 AM | edited Sun 06-May-12 06:44 PM by DAJolley

It looks to me like the only difference between these two options is that the time lapse feature creates a video in-camera and interval timer shooting requires external software to combine images. Am I correct?
I also see that time lapse is limited to a maximum of 20 mins recording time.
On a side note, I ran into fellow shooting a time lapse with a new D4 and he found he had to shoot jpegs because the camera buffer would fill up after a few minutes shooting in RAW. He was using the new XQD card in his D4.

Dave Jolley

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