Continuous Shooting (Burst Mode)
Capture motion in a series of pictures.
Rotate the drive dial to select [CH] (high-speed burst) or [CL] (low-speed burst).
Navigate to [DRIVE SETTING] > [CH HIGH SPEED BURST] or [CL LOW SPEED BURST] in the A[SHOOTING SETTING] menu and choose a frame advance rate.
Option Description [CH HIGH SPEED BURST]
Select the frame rate used when the drive dial is rotated to [CH] (high-speed burst). The display frame rate when the electronic shutter is used is 40 fps, or 60 fps in 1.25× crop mode.
Options 30fps(1.25X CROP) R * 20fps(1.25X CROP) R * 10fps(1.25X CROP) R * 20fps R * 10fps R * 8.0fps
* Available with electronic shutter only.
[CL LOW SPEED BURST]
Select the frame rate used when the drive dial is rotated to [CL] (low-speed burst).
Options 5.0fps 4.0fps 3.0fps
The camera will take pictures continuously while the shutter-release button is pressed.
Shooting ends when the shutter button is released or the memory card is full.
Frame advance rates of 10 fps or faster are available only when s[ELECTRONIC SHUTTER] is selected for A[SHOOTING SETTING] > [SHUTTER TYPE].
If file numbering reaches 999 before shooting is complete, the remaining pictures will be recorded to a new folder.
Shooting ends when the memory card is full; the camera will record all photos shot to that point. Burst shooting may not begin if the space available on the memory card is insufficient.
Frame rates may slow as more shots are taken.
Frame rate varies with the scene, shutter speed, sensitivity, and focus mode.
Depending on shooting conditions, frame rates may slow or the flash may not fire.
Recording times may increase during burst shooting.
Focus and Exposure
- Select focus mode [C] to vary focus with shot.
- To vary exposure with each shot, select [OFF] for D[BUTTON/DIAL SETTING] > [SHUTTER AE].
Exposure and focus tracking performance may vary with such factors as aperture, sensitivity, and exposure compensation.