Do not use repeat shots for HDR.. Please read section 6.6 of the manual or use this video guide to help setup HDR: https://vimeo.com/16575979
In the next firmware revision to reduce confusion we will be re-naming the 'repeat shots' function to 'MUP' and only allowing it to be 'on' or 'off'. The repeat shots function was only intended for use with Mirror UP functions on camera. It was not intended for HDR..
To walk you through the process here's how it's done..
- Set your AEB on the camera and set the drive mode to 'continuous high'
- Use the MX3 Camera>Exposure Time to trigger the entire AEB sequence. This setting will vary depending on the AEB set on your camera. So for example if your 3 AEB exposures are 1/4", 1/2", 1" the total exposure time would be around 1.75 seconds (1750 ms). Usually it can be set to less because the last exposure is triggered before the end of the sum of the exposures. A little experimentation usually does the trick.
- Set the Camera>Exposure Delay to accommodate for the buffer time on the camera, again do some testing but the optimal is getting it so the motor move happens after the last exposure while the camera is buffering.
That's about it, everything else remains as normal.