D7100: Turning of the LCD in LiveView

DairaDaira Posts: 2Member
edited April 2013 in D90/D7x00
Hi,

As far as I know the mirror does not move when taking photos in LiveView mode, but I was wondering if the LCD can be turned off in this mode without having an external monitor attached to the camera?

The reason for this is because I need to take several hundred pictures for a panoramic HDR image and the faster this is done the easier the post processing gets. Using LiveView would eventually end up in doing the whole thing a lot faster, because I could avoid using Mup, but it would essentially eat my battery I guess and heat up the sensor. I've asked the Nikon support the same question, but the seem to ignore stupid ones xD
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  • Golf007sdGolf007sd Posts: 2,840Moderator
    I do not believe their is a way to turn the LCD in live view on any of Nikon D-SLR's. Taking hundreds of panoramic HDR is no easy task. I would recommend having the optional battery grip which will allow you to have longer running time due to the additional battery that you can put in it.
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  • NSXTypeRNSXTypeR Posts: 1,963Member
    Live view isn't live view anymore if the LCD is off...
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  • IronheartIronheart Posts: 3,017Moderator
    I guess what you want is called dead view. There's always the EP-5B/EH-5B, but you need A/C power. Although, I've run mine off of a car battery with an inverter.
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