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Nikon's New Recall Shooting Feature
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Feb 11, 2019 10:50:10   #
Kandfoto
 
Last year, Steve Perry published an article on Nikon's Recall Shooting feature, for the D5. I used it but I can't get the exposure to work. It takes the last exposure which may or may not work. In my case, it didn't work. I would like to use this feature for switching between fast shutter speed shooting to getting blur shots with a lower shutter speed. Some of my shots were way too overexposed. Has anyone else used this feature with good results? The attached photo is a raw file without any post processing but I had switched to the recall feature to take the shot.



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Feb 12, 2019 08:33:14   #
jerryc41 (a regular here)
 
Interesting feature. I never heard of that, but I'll follow the discussion. As for your raw image, only JPEGS can be posted here, so that's what finally appeared in your post, somehow. I just tried to attach an NEF file, and nothing appeared but the Download link.

"- When attaching pictures, please make sure to use JPG files. They will be automatically resized and displayed in the posts. If you attach files of other types (such as DNG, CR2), then they won't show in the post. Instead, a download link will appear."

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Feb 12, 2019 09:04:35   #
Kandfoto
 
It’s a “raw” photo in the fact that its not been processes. I forgot that this forum worries more about terminology than what my original question.






jerryc41 wrote:
Interesting feature. I never heard of that, but I'll follow the discussion. As for your raw image, only JPEGS can be posted here, so that's what finally appeared in your post, somehow. I just tried to attach an NEF file, and nothing appeared but the Download link.

"- When attaching pictures, please make sure to use JPG files. They will be automatically resized and displayed in the posts. If you attach files of other types (such as DNG, CR2), then they won't show in the post. Instead, a download link will appear."
Interesting feature. I never heard of that, but I... (show quote)

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Feb 12, 2019 12:11:10   #
Leitz
 
Kandfoto wrote:
It’s a “raw” photo in the fact that its not been processes. I forgot that this forum worries more about terminology than what my original question.

When you use correct terminology people will think you know what you're talking about.

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Feb 12, 2019 12:28:28   #
Kandfoto
 
I actually thought someone could help me with the recall feature. And that’s what I’m asking.


Leitz wrote:
When you use correct terminology people will think you know what you're talking about.

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Feb 12, 2019 13:57:07   #
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Feb 14, 2019 16:46:47   #
Kandfoto
 
Actually, I went practiced using the Recall feature photographing cars going by. It's the metering issue that I was having. I believe that when using this feature (its a great feature btw), you will need to update as light changes. But I took your advice and sent a PM to Steve Perry. He maybe able to give me some further tips on using this feature. I wanted to thank you for leading me in the right direction.

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Feb 14, 2019 19:31:55   #
Bill_de (a regular here)
 
Kandfoto wrote:
Actually, I went practiced using the Recall feature photographing cars going by. It's the metering issue that I was having. I believe that when using this feature (its a great feature btw), you will need to update as light changes. But I took your advice and sent a PM to Steve Perry. He maybe able to give me some further tips on using this feature. I wanted to thank you for leading me in the right direction.


You're welcome. I'm sure Steve will sort it all out for you. If he doesn't get back to you right away he could be traveling.

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