I accompanied a pro photographer on a shoot at one of my projects. His Canon had a function which burst exposed 5 bracketed shots. Having just purchased a D7100, I knew I had to find a way to do the same thing with my new camera. Long story short, and many experiments later, you can either press the shutter release once for each of the bracketed exposures (including with a wired or wireless remote), or, if you set the interval timer and activate it while in bracket mode, it will expose the 3 or 5 frames automatically in burst fashion. A third approach, and the one I plan to use, is to set my wired remote release set for the same number of exposures as the auto bracket, a 1 second time between exposures, and zero duration and zero delay. This exposes the correct number of frames automatically, and keeps my hand off the camera while doing so. Since I do a lot of architecture and landscape photography, I see this as the only way to go.