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09-24-2010, 04:14 AM   #1
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Continuous shooting

Hi,

i saw some video films were the result was made purely from continuous photos...

Is there a setting for the photos to be taking automatically by the camera? Or should there be a person behind the camera pressing the button?

Thanks!

09-24-2010, 04:26 AM   #2
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Hello Fekish.
I suppose it depends on a camera, but you can probably bypass button pushing if using a self-timer.
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it's called an intervalometer and it exists in k7, kr and k5
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And the k20d, perhaps more modells

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And if you want a hi number of pictures you can set the K-7 on LiveView, on continous shooting and IR-remote and you just push the button and it starts shooting, only stopping when your card is full or when you push the remote button again.
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QuoteOriginally posted by RonHendriks1966 Quote
And if you want a hi number of pictures you can set the K-7 on LiveView, on continous shooting and IR-remote and you just push the button and it starts shooting, only stopping when your card is full or when you push the remote button again.
K-x can do the same thing (taking continuous shots 'till card is full), BUT with lower rate - 2 fps against 3.3 (K-7)
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OK thanks...

I have a k-x basically. I'll check it out then, i didnt know we had this on our camera.
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QuoteOriginally posted by fekish Quote
OK thanks...

I have a k-x basically. I'll check it out then, i didnt know we had this on our camera.
well at least that's what "dpreviev" states:

"Continuous shooting: • 4.7 fps - 17 JPEG, 5 RAW
• 2 fps - until card is full or 11 RAW"

review direct link:
Pentax K-x Review: 2. Specifications: Digital Photography Review

RAW images are larger and K-x seems to have rather small buffer to handle multiple RAWs, but anyway, you can try JPEG

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did anyone use this automatically? without clocking the button manually?
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