Nikon 6MB07411-03 User Manual (en)

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Choose the maximum frame advance rate for C
H
 (continuous high-
speed) and C
L
 (continuous low-speed) modes.  Note that the frame 
advance rate may drop below the selected value at slow shutter 
speeds, if auto ISO sensitivity control is on, or when VR (vibration 
reduction) mode is used with VR lenses. 
The maximum number of shots that can be 
taken in a single burst in continuous mode 
can be set to any value between 1 and 130.
d2: Shooting Speed
G button
➜ A Custom Settings menu
Option
Description
Continuous 
high-speed
In C
H
 (continuous high-speed) mode, the frame advance 
rate for DX format (
0 79) can be selected from 9, 10, and 
11 frames per second (fps).  Regardless of the setting 
chosen, the maximum frame rate for other formats is fixed 
at 9 fps. Note that at very small apertures (high f-numbers), 
the camera may be unable to record at 11 fps.
Continuous 
low-speed
Choose the frame advance rate for C
L
 (continuous low-
speed) mode from values between 1 and 9 fps.
d3: Max. Continuous Release
G button
➜ A Custom Settings menu
A
The Memory Buffer
Regardless of the option selected for Custom Setting d3, shooting will 
slow when the memory buffer fills. See page 420 for more information 
on the capacity of the memory buffer.