Nikon D300 User Manual (en)

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❚❚Interrupting Interval Timer Photography
Interval timer shooting will end automatically if the battery is 
exhausted. Interval timer photography can also be ended by:
• Selecting [Start] > [Off] in the interval timer menu
• Performing a two button reset (pg. 182)
• Selecting [Reset shooting menu] in the shooting menu (pg. 257)
• Changing bracketing settings (pg. 116)
Normal shooting will resume when interval timer photography 
ends.
❚❚No Photograph
Photographs will not be taken if the previous photograph has yet 
to be taken, the memory buffer or memory card is full, or the 
camera is unable to focus in single-servo AF (note that the camera 
focuses again before each shot).
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Release Mode
Regardless of the release mode selected, the camera will take the 
specified number of shots at each interval. In C
H
 (continuous high speed) 
mode, photographs will be taken at a rate of up to six shots per second. In 
S
 (single frame) and C
L
 (continuous low-speed) modes, photographs will 
be taken at the rate chosen for Custom Setting d4 ([CL mode shooting 
speed], pg. 282).
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Using the Monitor
Pictures can be played back and shooting and menu settings can be 
adjusted freely while interval timer photography is in progress. The 
monitor will turn off automatically about four seconds before each 
interval.