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So...a logical question to ask next is this: Good question!
Well..turns out there are DEFINITELY some ways to convince the D850 to shoot longer bursts.
Anyway..users of the new Lightroom Classic AND who shoot with the "latest" Nikon and Canon cameras you can cut this preview-building time to almost zero (really! All you have to do is tell Lightroom to use "Embedded & Sidecar" previews when importing your files (you specify this in the File Handling portion of the Import dialog box).
The embedded previews are those built by the camera itself and included within your raw files.
And then check that box (it's unchecked by default). My goal is to have that blog entry done sometime next week (week of 23-27 October).
And, it turned out that the single factor that impacted the most on burst depth was frame rate: as you increase the frame rate (at least in the 7-9 frames per second range) the burst depth decreases.
What if you want Lightroom-generated previews for editing (post-processing) purposes?
Just go into Lightroom's Preferences dialog box and select the "General" tab and look for the checkbox beside this option: "".
We'll start (and spend a few days) in the Yukon's Kluane National Park photographing the fall rut of beautiful white Dall Sheep.
And, of course, we'll opportunistically photograph other northern species of wildlife that frequent the area, including Canada Lynx, Grey Wolves, Red Foxes, Elk, Golden Eagles, and more!
As almost always, my comments are based upon full-resolution raw files viewed at 100% magnfication on display of approximately 100 ppi (not on a resolution-reduced print as some others choose to do). Brad Feedback to: [email protected] of this morning there are two spots left remaining on our late November "" photo tour.