Nikon D800 User Manual (en)

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Calculating the Length of the Final Movie 
The total number of frames in the final movie 
can be calculated by dividing the shooting time 
by the interval and rounding up. The length of 
the final movie can then be calculated by diving 
the number of shots by the frame rate selected 
for Movie settings > Frame size/frame rate. A 
48 frame movie recorded at 1920 × 1080; 24 
fps
, for example, will be about two seconds long. 
The maximum length for movies recorded using 
time-lapse photography is 20 minutes.
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Cover the Viewfinder
To prevent light entering via the viewfinder 
interfering with exposure, close the viewfinder eyepiece shutter 
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During Shooting
During time-lapse photography, a Q icon will 
blink and the time-lapse recording indicator will 
be displayed in the control panel. The time 
remaining (in hours and minutes) appears in the 
shutter-speed display immediately before each 
frame is recorded. At other times, the time remaining can be viewed by 
pressing the shutter-release button halfway. Regardless of the option 
selected for Custom Setting c2 (Auto meter-off delay
exposure meters will not turn off during shooting.
To view current time-lapse photography 
settings, press the 
G button between shots. 
While time-lapse photography is in progress, the 
time-lapse photography menu will show the 
interval and the time remaining. These settings 
can not be changed while time-lapse 
photography is in progress, nor can pictures be 
played back or other menu settings adjusted.
Frame size/
frame rate
Memory card 
indicator
Length recorded/
maximum length