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Mirror up and bracketing burst

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Budapest, HU
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Duplo Registered since 25th Feb 2014
Tue 25-Feb-14 03:51 PM


I am hesitating between buying a D610 or D800. After reading many articles and posts I have probably clarified all the pros and cons of these cameras. One of the open issues is the combined use of mirror up and bracketing burst. It is possible to set D610 to execute bracketing burst in mirror up position? I mean with a single touch, so that the mirror flips up and remains in that position until the bracketing burst is finished. The next question is how to trigger such a sequence with a remote control device, and with which one?

I might have missed something but on my current D700 I have been able to do this only by manually triggering each and every step on my MC-36. This means 1: mirror up, 2: first shot, 3: mirror up, 4: second shot, 5: mirror up, 6: third shot.

Thanks for your advice in advance.

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