Help Fuji FinePix

Discussion in 'Fuji' started by Pete, Dec 26, 2004.

  1. Pete

    Pete Guest

    With my Finepix 305s in Scene Mode there is a Continous Mode .It appears to
    take 2 identical shots in
    use.Can anyone explain to me the use or purpose of this cont. mode? Thanks.
    Pete.
     
    Pete, Dec 26, 2004
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    Bill Guest

    I don't have any personal experience with that camera, so this is a wild
    guess, but perhaps the continuous mode is limited to only two shots with
    the flash enabled? Or perhaps the buffer inside the camera can only
    store two shots before forcing a write to the memory card?
     
    Bill, Dec 27, 2004
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    Rose Weir Guest

    Pete wrote: With my Finepix 305s in Scene Mode there is a Continous Mode .It
    appears totake 2 identical shots in use.Can anyone explain to me the use or
    purpose of this cont. mode?

    I have read in manuals and references that Continuous Mode is used when
    there is an 'ongoing scene' . The example was a cycle race and the
    'Continuous Mode' allowed shots as the bicycles approached and then closer
    and closer. Perhaps the focusing adjusts without the same time delay when it
    is in this mode. The manual or a website references this camera might have a
    more detailed explanation but I recall reading stuff along these lines in a
    reference book.
    Rose
     
    Rose Weir, Dec 27, 2004
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    MartinS Guest

    Another case of RTFM?
     
    MartinS, Dec 27, 2004
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  5. Pete

    Trixxy Guest

    MartinS wrote:

    ?
     
    Trixxy, Dec 29, 2004
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  6. Pete

    MartinS Guest

    I did?
     
    MartinS, Dec 29, 2004
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  7. Pete

    Pete Guest

    Thanks-Its a pleasure to know that there are still some people about
    prepared to help.Thanks.Pete
     
    Pete, Dec 29, 2004
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    Tony M Guest

    My Ricoh Caplio R1 also has continuous mode. This records a photo every
    second or so for as long as the shutter release is held down

    Tony M
     
    Tony M, Jan 3, 2005
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