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D610

Camera Functions

Long-Exposure Noise Reduction

Long-exposure noise reduction reduces noise (bright spots, randomly-spaced bright pixels, and fog) in photographs taken at slow shutter speeds.

On: Noise reduction is performed at shutter speeds slower than 1 s.

Off: Long-exposure noise reduction off.

Long-exposure noise reduction is performed after the picture is taken. The time required for processing roughly doubles; during processing, "Job nr" will flash in the aperture/shutter speed display and pictures can not be taken.

Procedure

If On is selected, photographs taken at shutter speeds slower than 1 s will be processed to reduce noise (bright spots, randomly-spaced bright pixels, or fog).

The time required for processing roughly doubles; during processing, “Job nr” will flash in the shutter speed/aperture displays and pictures can not be taken (if the camera is turned off before processing is complete, the picture will be saved but noise reduction will not be performed).

In continuous release mode, frame rates will slow and while photographs are being processed, the capacity of the memory buffer will drop. Long exposure noise reduction is not available during movie recording.

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