Nikon D7200 for America User Manual

Release Mode

Release Mode

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Release Mode

To choose a release mode, press the 
release mode dial lock release and turn 
the release mode dial to the desired 
setting.

Choosing a Release Mode

Mode

Description

S

Single frame

: Camera takes one photograph each time shutter-

release button is pressed.

C

L

Continuous low speed

: While shutter-release button is held down, 

camera takes photographs at frame rate selected for Custom 
Setting d2 (Continuous low-speed, 

0 67, 280). Note that only 

one picture will be taken if the flash fires.

C

H

Continuous high speed

: While shutter-release button is held down, 

camera records photographs at frame rate given on page 67. 
Use for active subjects. Note that only one picture will be taken 
if the flash fires.

Q

Quiet shutter-release

: As for single frame, except that mirror does 

not click back into place while shutter-release button is fully 
pressed, allowing user to control timing of click made by mirror, 
which is also quieter than in single frame mode. In addition, 
beep does not sound regardless of setting selected for Custom 
Setting d1 (Beep; 

0 280).

E

Self-timer

: Take pictures with the self-timer (

0 69).

M

UP

Mirror up

: Choose this mode to minimize camera shake in 

telephoto or close-up photography or in other situations in 
which the slightest camera movement can result in blurred 
photographs (

0 71).