Burst mode is a picture shooting mode in still cameras. In burst mode, several photographs are captured in quick succession by either pressing the shutter button or holding it down. This is used mainly when the subject is in successive motion, such as sports. The photographer can then select the best image of the group or arrange them in a sequence to study the transitions in detail. Burst Mode will only allow for taking 5 pictures at a time & so this setting cannot be changed.
- Open the V.360 Companion App. and connect to your camera via Wi-Fi or Bluetooth. (Enter your camera security pin if applicable.)
- Using the Mode Carousel located below the Shot Glass View finder (middle of the app) scroll left or right until you locate Burst Mode.
- Before taking pictures, you can change settings under mode specific setting tab, which is located lower left side in the app.
- The resolution setting (looks like a box with lines in it) you can change the quality of pictures that are being taken. The higher the resolution, the better the picture quality will be, but it will take up more storage space.
- The color effect setting (looks like a star) is where you have the option to change it from the default setting none to either Mono or Sepia.
- The exposure compensation setting (box with +/- signs)
- The white balance setting (looks like a sun) is where you can change it from the default setting Auto to either tungsten, fluorescent, sunny, and cloudy.