Digital cameras are usually used to take one shot at a time, but they generally offer a continuous shooting mode too. In this mode, the camera keeps taking shots in succession for as long as you hold down the shutter button. Some camera makers also call this ‘burst mode’. You’ll find it amongst a number […]
Sometimes people say 'grip' when they mean 'battery grips', though they may not be quite the same thing. Battery grips attach to the bottom of some DSLRs or mirrorless cameras to offer extended battery life and, usually, a duplicate set of controls to make the camera suitable for extended use in portrait (vertical) mode. A 'grip' may also be a small accessory that clips to the front of a small camera to make it a little easier to handle.