Originally Posted by blansky
In case you forgot, machine gunning shots was happening long before digital.
Motor drive Nikons were around in the early 70s at something like 10-12 frames per second.
How you shoot is a personal choice. If you're deliberate and set up your shots and only take a few, that's a choice, as is firing off 100 at a time.
Digital has nothing to do with any of this.
From my experience of using real machine guns, you can fire hundreds of rounds and not do half as much damage to the enemy as aimed rifle fire from skilled and experienced infantrymen, but I digress.