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Multiple Camera Pics

Discussion in 'Pro/Adv Discussion' started by William M., Apr 9, 2016.

  1. William M.

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    Am new to this: The P3A camera program allows the selection of a single exposure, 3 exposures, or 5 exposures. When taking a 3 shot or a 5 shot series there appears to be no difference between the individual pictures. The EXIF data indicates no differences at all. What is the purpose of a 3 or 5 shot exposure series?
     
  2. Meta4

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    The Go app gives you a choice of shooting modes that result in multiple exposures.
    It sounds like the one you discovered is Burst mode which lets you shoot a sequence of up to 7 photos in succession at the same setting.
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    You can also select AEB bracket mode which lets you shoot a bracket of 3 or 5 shots at varying exposure settings.
    This is useful for combining into an HDR photo or ensuring that you have a good exposure in difficult conditions.
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    .7 stopWith AEB (auto exposure bracketing) there is an exposure difference of 0.7 stops between images.
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