Nikon 13187 User Guide (en)

End recording.
Press the movie-record button again to end recording. 
Recording will end automatically when the maximum 
length is reached, or the memory card is full.
Exit live view mode.
Press the 
a button to exit live view mode.
Maximum Length
The maximum length for individual movie files is 4 GB (for maximum recording times, 
see page 65); note that depending on memory card write speed, shooting may end 
before this length is reached (
Taking Photographs
To take a photograph while recording is in progress, press the shutter-release button 
all the way down (if desired, shooting information display can be assigned to the Fn
depth-of-field preview,or AE-L/AF-L button and the button used to display camera still 
photography settings before shooting; 
0 247, 248). Movie recording will end (the 
footage recorded to that point will be saved) and the camera will return to live view. 
The photograph will be recorded at the current image area setting using a crop with 
an aspect ratio of 16 : 9. Photos will be taken with the flash off. Note that the exposure 
for photographs can not be previewed during movie live view; mode PS, or A is 
recommended but accurate results can be achieved in mode M by using the Fn, depth-
of-field preview, or AE-L/AF-L button (
0 247, 248), using the button to display shooting 
information and checking the exposure indicator. Exposure compensation for the 
photograph can be set to values between –5 and +5 EV, but only values between –3 
and +3 can be previewed in the monitor (modes PS, and A
The Count-Down Display
A count down will be displayed 30 s before live view ends automatically (
0 53). 
Depending on shooting conditions, the timer may appear immediately when movie 
recording begins. Note that regardless of the amount of recording time available, live 
view will still end automatically when the timer expires. Wait for the internal circuits to 
cool before resuming movie recording.