Nikon D800 User Manual (en)

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❚❚ADL Bracketing
The camera varies Active D-Lighting over a series of exposures. 
For more information on Active D-Lighting, see page 174.
1
Select ADL bracketing.
Choose ADL bracketing for Custom 
Setting e5 Auto bracketing set.
2
Choose the number of shots.
Pressing the 
D button, rotate the main command dial to 
choose the number of shots in the bracketing sequence. The 
number of shots is shown in the control panel.
At settings other than zero, a d icon 
and an ADL bracketing indicator will 
appear in the control panel and 
D will 
be displayed in the viewfinder.  Choose two shots to take one 
photograph with Active D-Lighting off and another at a 
selected value.  Choose three to five shots to take a series of 
photographs with Active D-Lighting set to OffLow, and 
Normal (three shots), OffLowNormal, and High (four shots), 
or OffLowNormalHigh, and Extra high (five shots). If you 
choose more than two shots, proceed to Step 4.
Number of shots
Control panel
ADL bracketing
indicator
D button
Main command 
dial