Continuous H vs. Continuous L

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Can anyone explain what's the difference between "Continuous H" vs. "Continuous L" with shooting in these burst modes?
 

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This information is easily found in the manual... Towards the beginning. H means fast fast, L means fast but not as fast
 
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I figured as much, but I recall reading somewhere else "The exposure and the white balance varydepending on the burst mode setting", but I wasn't sure if this was true or not.

Thanks for clearing that up for me.
 

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Maybe in auto mode..?
 

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On my N90s, it's a heavy finger blowing through a roll in either 8 seconds or 18 seconds!
 

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hahahaha. On my D7k, I've left it on the CH by mistake and blasted about 10 action shots in a second of a family gathering snapshot. The first thing I remember thinking was "damn.... I'm glad this is digital."
 

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This is my first auto-advance film body. My Minoltas had nothing like it, though the rangefinder does have Auto/Av/Tv modes. I went out and tried to shoot a couple of birds and didn't realize I was in continuous mode - shot 10 or so frames before I realized it. Glad I had the bulk-loaded B&W and not color.
 

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