Nikon D300 User Manual (en)

❚❚Canceling Bracketing
To cancel bracketing, press the Fn button and rotate the main 
command dial until the number of shots in the bracketing 
sequence is zero (
) and 
M is no longer displayed in the control 
panel on top of the camera. The program last in effect will be 
restored the next time bracketing is activated. Bracketing can also 
be cancelled by performing a two-button reset (pg. 182), although 
in this case the bracketing program will not be restored the next 
time bracketing is activated.
Exposure and Flash Bracketing
In single frame and self-timer modes, one shot will be taken each time the 
shutter-release button is pressed. In continuous low speed and 
continuous high speed modes, shooting will pause after the number of 
shots specified in the bracketing program have been taken. Shooting will 
resume the next time the shutter-release button is pressed.
If the memory card fills before all shots in the sequence have been taken, 
shooting can be resumed from the next shot in the sequence after the 
memory card has been replaced or shots have been deleted to make 
room on the memory card. If the camera is turned off before all shots in 
the sequence have been taken, bracketing will resume from the next shot 
in the sequence when the camera is turned on.
Exposure Bracketing
The camera modifies exposure by varying shutter speed and aperture 
(programmed auto), aperture (shutter-priority auto), or shutter speed 
(aperture-priority auto, manual exposure mode). When [On] is selected 
for [ISO sensitivity settings] [ISO sensitivity auto control] in shooting 
menu, the camera will automatically vary ISO sensitivity for optimum 
exposure when the limits of the camera exposure system are exceeded.
Custom Setting e6 ([Auto bracketing (mode M)], pg. 
) can be used to 
change how the camera performs exposure and flash bracketing in 
manual exposure mode. Bracketing can be performed by varying flash 
level together with shutter speed and/or aperture, or by varying flash 
level alone.