Shooting sequences with a film camera isn't really that great unless you're shooting 7-8fps like people have been saying, but for a backcountry line where your buddy is skiing down to a cliff and such, 4fps is fine. But, if you're shooting with AF Tracking on, it slows it down to 2.5fps because it has to use the power to track the subject. So manual focus is the best in those situations.
Also, an Elan 7 would be an awesome camera, but if you don't have any photographic experience, it'd just end up being a waste of money. But if you know what you're doing with exposure and everything, go for it, but don't forget to save some money to get a good lens to go along with it.
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