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 […]
This is where the camera viewfinder momentarily blacks out between exposures in continuous shooting mode. It's inevitable in DSLRs because of the mirror mechanism, but some high-end mirrorless cameras now offer blackout-free shooting.