Nikon D800 User Manual (en)

❚❚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 (
• Resetting settings for the current shooting menu bank using the 
Shooting menu bank item in the shooting menu (
• Changing bracketing settings (
• Terminating HDR (
0 176) or multiple exposure shooting (0 195)
Normal shooting will resume when interval timer photography ends.
❚❚No Photograph
The camera will skip the current interval if any of the following 
situations persist for eight seconds or more after the interval was 
due to start: the photograph or photographs for the previous 
interval have yet to be taken, the memory buffer is full, or the 
camera is unable to focus in AF-S (note that the camera focuses again 
before each shot). Shooting will resume with the next interval.
Release Mode
Regardless of the release mode selected, the camera will take the 
specified number of shots at each interval. In C
 (continuous high 
speed) mode, photographs will be taken at the rate given on page 104. 
In S (single frame) and C
 (continuous low-speed) modes, photographs 
will be taken at the rate chosen for Custom Setting d2 (CL mode 
shooting speed
0 293) in mode J, camera noise will be reduced.
Shooting Menu Banks
Changes to interval timer settings apply to all shooting menu banks 
0 269). If shooting menu settings are reset using the Shooting menu 
bank item in the shooting menu (
0 270), interval timer settings will be 
reset as follows:
• Choose start time: Now
• Interval: 00:01':00"
• Number of intervals: 1
• Number of shots: 1
• Start shooting: Off