The effects of [High ISO speed noise reduction] on the number of possible shots for the maximum burst during continuous shooting (EOS 5DS / EOS 5DS R)
Article ID: ART162895 | Date published: 10/05/2015 | Date last updated: 04/26/2016
 

Description

The effects of [High ISO speed noise reduction] on the number of possible shots for the maximum burst during continuous shooting (EOS 5DS / EOS 5DS R)

Solution

If the maximum burst is lower than the normal number, and the camera stops continuous shooting in mid-course, check the [High ISO Speed Noise Reduction] for custom function setting.

When [Multi Shot Noise Reduction] is set, four shots are taken continuously and aligned and merged automatically into a single JPEG image. If [Drive mode] set to (High-speed continuous shooting), (Low-speed continuous shooting), or (Silent continuous shooting), please see the following information for details.

IMPORTANT
When the [High ISO Speed Noise Reduction] setting is enabled, more time is required to process noise reduction. As a result, it will take longer to temporarily save data in the storage space, and the camera is more likely to be interrupted during continuous shooting.

1. To change the [High ISO Speed Noise Reduction] setting, display the menu screen and choose [High ISO speed NR] on the [ ] tab, then press < >.

2. The [High ISO speed NR] screen will appear, select a setting other than [Multi Shot Noise Reduction].
For more information, please refer to the camera's instruction manual.


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