Nikon D300 User Manual (en)

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Power Source and Frame Rate
The maximum frame advance rate varies with the power source used.
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Buffer Size
The approximate number of images that can be 
stored in the memory buffer at current settings is 
shown in the exposure-count displays in the 
viewfinder and control panel while the shutter-
release button is pressed.
 
The illustration at right 
shows the display when space remains in the 
buffer for about 37 pictures.
 
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Auto Image Rotation
The camera orientation recorded for the first shot applies to all images in 
the same burst, even if the camera is rotated during shooting.
 
See “Auto 
Image Rotation” (pg. 317).
Power source
Maximum frame advance rate
1
Battery (EN-EL3e)
6 fps
2
AC adapter
8 fps
3
MB-D10 battery pack 
with EN-EL3e battery
6 fps
2
MB-D10 battery pack 
with EN-EL4a battery
8 fps
3
MB-D10 battery pack 
with AA-size batteries
4
8 fps
3
1 Average frame rate with continuous-servo AF, manual or shutter-priority 
auto exposure, a shutter speed of 
1
/
250
s or faster, other settings at default 
values, and memory remaining in memory buffer. Maximum frame advance 
rate when recording NEF (RAW) or NEF (RAW) + JPEG pictures with [14 bit] 
selected for [NEF (RAW) recording] > [NEF (RAW) bit depth] (pg. 59) is 
2.5 fps.
2 Maximum frame advance rate with EN-EL3e battery is 6 fps, even when 
[7 fps] is selected for Custom Setting d4 ([CL mode shooting speed], 
pg. 282).
3 Maximum frame rate in continuous-low speed mode is 7 fps.
 
If [On] is 
selected for [ISO sensitivity settings] > [ISO sensitivity auto control] in the 
shooting menu (pg. 96), maximum frame advance rate in continuous high-
speed mode is 7.5 fps.
4 Frame rate slows at low temperatures and when batteries are low.