Nikon 13187 User Guide (en)

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Choose the amount of gain.
Highlight Auto gain and press 
2.
The following options will be displayed. 
Highlight an option and press 
J.
• On: Gain is adjusted according to number 
of exposures actually recorded (gain for 
each exposure is set to 
1
/
2
 for 2 exposures, 
1
/
3
 for 3 exposures, etc.).
• Off: Gain is not adjusted when recording multiple exposure. Recommended 
if background is dark.
5
Frame a photograph, focus, and shoot.
In continuous high-speed and continuous 
low-speed release modes (
0 83), the camera 
records all exposures in a single burst. If On 
(series)
 is selected, the camera will continue to record multiple exposures while 
the shutter-release button is pressed; if On (single photo) is selected, multiple 
exposure shooting will end after the first photograph. In self-timer mode, the 
camera will automatically record the number of exposures selected in Step 3 on 
page 161, regardless of the option selected for Custom Setting c3 (Self-timer
Number of shots (
0 227); the interval between shots is however controlled 
by Custom Setting c3 (Self-timer) > Interval between shots. In other release 
modes, one photograph will be taken each time the shutter-release button is 
pressed; continue shooting until all exposures have been recorded (for 
information on interrupting a multiple exposure before all photographs are 
recorded, see page 163).
The 
n icon will flash until shooting ends. If 
On (series) is selected, multiple exposure 
shooting will only end when Off is selected 
for multiple exposure mode; if On (single 
photo)
 is selected, multiple exposure 
shooting ends automatically when the multiple exposure is complete. The 
icon clears from the display when multiple exposure shooting ends.