Nikon 13187 User Guide (en)

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Release Mode
To choose a release mode, press the release mode dial lock 
release and turn the release mode dial to the desired setting.
1 Average frame rate with an EN-EL15 battery, continuous-servo AF, manual or shutter-priority 
auto exposure, a shutter speed of 
1
/
200
s or faster, remaining settings other than Custom 
Setting d5 at default values, and memory remaining in memory buffer.
2 Average frame rate with an EN-EL15 battery, continuous-servo AF, manual or shutter-priority 
auto exposure, a shutter speed of 
1
/
200
s or faster, other settings at default values, and 
memory remaining in memory buffer.
Frame rate drops at slow shutter speeds or very small apertures (high f-numbers), 
when vibration reduction (available with VR lenses) or auto ISO sensitivity control is 
on (
0 105, 107), or when the battery is low.
Choosing a Release Mode
Mode
Description
S
Single frame
: Camera takes one photograph each time shutter-release button is pressed.
C
L
Continuous low speed
: While shutter-release button is held down, camera records 1–5 
frames per second.
1
 Frame rate can be chosen using Custom Setting d5 (CL mode 
shooting speed
0 229). Note that only one picture will be taken if the flash fires.
C
H
Continuous high speed
: While shutter-release button is held down, camera records up to 
5.5 frames per second.
2
 Note that only one picture will be taken if the flash fires.
J
Quiet shutter-release
: As for single frame, except that mirror does not click back into place 
while shutter-release button is fully pressed, allowing user to control timing of click 
made by mirror, which is also quieter than in single frame mode. In addition, beep 
does not sound regardless of setting selected for Custom Setting d1 (Beep
E
Self-timer
: Use self-timer for self-portraits or to reduce blurring caused by camera shake 
4
Remote control
: Shutter is controlled using shutter-release button on optional ML-L3 
remote control (
M
UP
Mirror up
: Choose this mode to minimize camera shake in telephoto or close-up 
photography or in other situations in which the slightest camera movement can result 
in blurred photographs.