Apr 05 2011

What is the continuous/burst mode on a digital camera?

Category: Digital Cameras

Answer:

Digital CameraContinuous mode, also known as burst mode, is a feature typically offered on most modern day digital cameras that gives the user the ability to take a series of pictures in rapid succession by pressing and holding the camera’s image capture button (the button that takes the picture). It is a great feature to have if you need to take pictures of moving objects, sports, or other action shots. Point & shoot camera models will often be limited, by brand, to a specific number of shots that can be taken in a row. SLR digital cameras, on the other hand, will pretty much let you take pictures until your memory card is full. In most cases, this will ensure that you’ll get at least one good shot.


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