Nikon COOLPIX 5200 User Manual (en)

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Sports Assist
 (sports assist) mode is used for dynamic action
shots that capture moving objects. The assist menu lets
you freeze the action in a single shot or record motion
in a series of pictures.
Rotate the mode dial to 
 and press the MENU but-
ton (
The following sports assist modes are available:
Sports Assist
In 
 (Sports) or 
 (Sport composite) mode, Auto-focus mode is locked to 
 Con-
tinuous AF (
94) and focus area is locked in the center of the frame. The camera
focuses continuously, until AF/AE lock is set by pressing the shutter-release button half-
way.
Sports
While shutter-release button is held down, pictures are recorded at 
rate of up to about 2.5 frames per second.
• Camera takes 21 shots in a series when Image quality is NOR-
MAL and Image size is 5M (2592 
×
 1944).
• Focus, exposure, and white balance are determined by first shot in each series.
• When the (
) battery level indicator is displayed in the monitor, consecutive
shooting speed will be slow.
Sport spectator
Sport spectator is ideal for capturing those instants when you have 
no time to compose the picture. Use at ranges of about 3 m - 
.
• While shutter-release button is held down, pictures are recorded
at rate of up to about 2.5 frames per second. Number of shots
that can be taken is the same as for 
 (Sports) mode.
• When the (
) battery level indicator is displayed in the monitor, consecutive
shooting speed will be slow.
Sport composite
Each time shutter-release button is pressed, camera takes sixteen 
consecutive shots at rate of about 3.5 frames per second. Camera 
arranges pictures in four rows (one shot: 648 
×
 486) to form a single 
picture (5M: 2592 
×
 1944). Focus, exposure, and white balance are 
determined by first shot in each series.
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