Nikon 13187 User Guide (en)

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Time-Lapse Photography
Time-lapse is not available in live view (
0 153), High Dynamic Range (HDR, 0 139), multiple exposure (0 160), or 
interval timer photography (
0 164) is active.
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Release Mode
Regardless of the release mode selected, the camera will take one shot at each interval. The 
self-timer can not be used. Time-lapse photography is not available in remote (
4) release 
mode.
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Calculating the Length of the Final Movie 
The total number of frames in the final movie can be approximated 
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; 
24p
, 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, remove the rubber eyecup and cover the viewfinder with 
the supplied DK-5 eyepiece cap (
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During Shooting
During time-lapse photography, a 
Q icon will flash 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 (Standby timer
0 227), the standby timer will not expire during shooting.
To view current time-lapse photography settings, press the 
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