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Mastering the Nikon D300/D300S by Darrell Young

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Interval Timer Shooting

(User’s Manual: D300S page 189; D300 page 191)

Interval timer shooting allows you to set your camera up to shoot a series of images over time. Make sure you have a full battery or are connected to a full-time power source for images taken over long periods of time.

The first step in using Interval timer shooting is to make sure that your Time zone and date (D300S) or World time (D300) are set correctly in the Setup Menu of your camera (see the heading Time Zone and Date or World Time in the chapter titled Chapter 5). If you don’t have the camera’s time and date information set, the Interval timer shooting menu selection will be grayed out, and you won’t be able to use it. (see Figure 3-61).

Figure 3-61. Interval timer shooting ...

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