What do you know about the burst mode, which is present in most modern video cameras? I think that not very much if you are a beginner enthusiast. And yet with this mode, you can achieve interesting results. For example, look at the picture below: Source of the picture This sequence of photos was taken on the Nikon D50, which can shoot 2.5 frames per second. That sounds impressive, but I can tell you a secret, this rate is one of the the slowest in the world production speed of modern DSLRs. For example Canon 20D can shoot 5 frames per second. What does it mean Burst? This is, in fact, filming a series of shots for the mere press of the shutter. During the one-two seconds. A series of higher, in truth, was assembled from several series made for the fact somewhere for a minute.
And only when the bolt returns to its original position, bufferizovannye written on flash cards. In this recording will take a little time (few seconds) during which you do not be able to take pictures. The majority of cameras is a limit to kolichstvo images taken in burst mode. For example, the Nikon D50 is a number equal to more than 137 ("less" because it varies from zavistimosti image size). Some cameras is a limit to kolichstvo burst. For example, you can make 5 shots in the series. And some cameras filming the series up until you release the shutter button. The more shots you doing in burst mode, the faster you expend battery charge and place on a memory card. Therefore, if you need to shoot all day (for example, a wedding), then take care of extra batteries and memory cards. If you shooting a moving object, then you should choose a strategy of focusing. In some cells present AF Tracking, and some do not. As in any other shooting modes, continuous shooting must be practiced