No auto-bracketing on Nikon D40X?

Discussion in 'Nikon' started by Nashville Cat, Jan 29, 2008.

  1. I can't find out how to auto-bracket on Nikon D40X? Is this feature
    Nashville Cat, Jan 29, 2008
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  2. Nashville Cat

    Sosumi Guest

    It's not missing, it simply was never on it in the first place. But it takes
    great shots so you won't need it anyway ;-)
    Sosumi, Jan 29, 2008
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  3. Nashville Cat

    me Guest

    If that's the case, then why did you start a thread here and in rpd about
    multiexposure bracketed shots?
    me, Jan 29, 2008
  4. Nashville Cat

    Sosumi Guest

    Because the D300 can and the D40x also lacks multi exposure.
    All together it's a great camera, but it's limited in technical extra's.
    Sosumi, Jan 29, 2008
  5. Nashville Cat

    me Guest

    No you said, "so you won't need it anyway." That has nothing to do with the
    capability of the D40x. So this means what? You're a do as I say, not as I
    do sort of person?
    me, Jan 30, 2008
  6. Nashville Cat

    Sosumi Guest

    And no: you don't need it. Do you even have a clue what bracketing is? It's
    nothing more then automating the process of under and /or overexposing a few
    pictures. you can easily do that by hand also.
    Sosumi, Jan 30, 2008
  7. I want to do some HDR photos. This requires bracketed exposures. Guess
    I'll have to do it manually.

    He's right, the D40X does take good photos!
    Nashville Cat, Jan 30, 2008
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    TH O Guest

    Bracketed exposures are nothing more than automating changing the
    exposure by a bit on either side of your chosen exposure. It's just as
    easy to change the aperture yourself.
    TH O, Feb 1, 2008
  9. Nashville Cat

    RobertJM Guest

    Well mine is still taking crap ones, then again it may be the user ;)
    RobertJM, Feb 1, 2008
  10. Quote: "Well mine is still taking crap ones"

    What do you mean by "crap ones"? What type of problems?
    Nashville Cat, Feb 1, 2008
  11. Nashville Cat

    RobertJM Guest

    Well mine is still taking crap ones, then again it may be the user ;)
    RobertJM, Feb 1, 2008
  12. Nashville Cat

    Wilba Guest

    Not if you want the images taken close together in time, for instance,
    within the same second or two.
    Wilba, Feb 1, 2008
  13. Nashville Cat

    ____ Guest

    Bracketed exposures are bracketed exposures.
    ____, Feb 2, 2008
  14. Nashville Cat

    ____ Guest

    Or Maybe your camera just doesn't like the way you fondle it!!! >:D
    ____, Feb 2, 2008
  15. Nashville Cat

    TH O Guest

    Thanks Yoda. The point was that you don't need an auto-bracketing button
    on your camera to bracket your exposures.
    TH O, Feb 2, 2008
  16. I want to shoot the moon and clouds at night. I need to prevent movement.
    Nashville Cat, Feb 2, 2008
  17. Nashville Cat

    Chris Savage Guest

    Stand still.
    Chris Savage, Feb 2, 2008
  18. Isn't the moon illuminated with approximately constant light, so that once
    the correct exposure is ascertained, it can be used repeatedly? But
    perhaps you want to try some HDR? There are programs which can align
    images, but I've not used them myself.

    David J Taylor, Feb 2, 2008
  19. Nashville Cat

    Sosumi Guest

    Exactly the point I was trying to make.
    My D300 does have auto bracketing. But when I wanted to do some experiment,
    I turned out that it doesn't work together with multiple exposure. So if I
    want to fool around within that, I still have to "bracket" it myself. Big
    Sosumi, Feb 2, 2008
  20. I realy don't know how much the clouds will move. I'll just have to

    I have Photoshop CS3. That has auto-alignment.
    Nashville Cat, Feb 3, 2008
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