Nikon D800 User Manual (en)

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Start shooting.
Highlight On and press 
(to return to the shooting 
menu without starting the 
interval timer, highlight 
Off and press 
J). The first 
series of shots will be taken 
at the specified starting time, or after about 3 s if Now was 
selected for Choose start time in Step 2. Shooting will 
continue at the selected interval until all shots have been 
taken. Note that because shutter speed and the time needed 
to record the image to the memory card may vary from shot to 
shot, the interval between a shot being recorded and the start 
of the next shot may vary. If shooting can not proceed at 
current settings (for example, if a shutter speed of A is 
currently selected in manual exposure mode or the start time 
is in less than a minute), a warning will be displayed in the 
monitor.
A
Cover the Viewfinder
To prevent light entering via the viewfinder interfering with exposure, 
close the viewfinder eyepiece shutter (
D
Out of Memory
If the memory card is full, the interval timer will remain active but no 
pictures will be taken. Resume shooting (
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pictures or turning the camera off and inserting another memory card.
A
Interval Timer Photography
Interval timer photography can not be combined with long time-
exposures (bulb photography, 
0 124) or time-lapse photography 
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Custom Setting g4 (Assign shutter button
J button