Nikon 13187 User Guide (en)

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Choose the amount of smoothing.
To choose how much the boundaries 
between the two images are smoothed, 
highlight Smoothing and press
2.
The options shown at right will be 
displayed. Highlight an option and press 
J. 
Higher values produce a smoother 
composite image. Uneven shading may be 
visible with some subjects.
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Frame a photograph, focus, and shoot.
The camera takes two exposures when the shutter-release 
button is pressed all the way down. 
l k will be 
displayed in the control panel and 
l u in the 
viewfinder while the images are combined; no 
photographs can be taken until recording is complete. 
Regardless of the option currently selected for release 
mode, only one photograph will be taken each time the 
shutter-release button is pressed.
If On (series) is selected, HDR will only turn off when Off is 
selected for HDR mode; if On (single photo) is selected, HDR turns off 
automatically after the photograph is taken. The 
k icon clears from the display 
when HDR shooting ends.
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Framing HDR Photographs
The edges of the image will be cropped out. The desired results may not be achieved if the 
camera or subject moves during shooting. Use of a tripod is recommended. Depending on 
the scene, shadows may appear around bright objects or halos may appear around dark 
objects; this effect can be reduced by adjusting the amount of smoothing.
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Interval Timer Photography
If On (series) is selected for HDR mode before interval timer shooting begins, the camera 
will continue to shoot HDR photographs at the selected interval (if On (single photo) is 
selected, interval timer shooting will end after a single shot).
Control panel
Viewfinder