We have an impending "blizzard" that should dump a decent amount of snow in Denver and they are predicting rain, lightning, thunder, "thundersnow", etc. So, seeing as I hate the cold, I am thinking of trying out timelapse. But, since it will stretch from daylight to night and back to daylight, I know I will likely need to adjust settings.
Knowing I am likely to get lynched for not re-reading the D4 manual, does anyone know if you can change settings during a time-lapse on the D4? My only other thoughts are 1) set it to Auto ISO with a ceiling of 10,000(ish), or 2) take multiple time-lapse photos then combine them into a single time-lapse.
D4 | 70-200 2.8 VR | 24-70 2.8 | TC-17e II