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I don't know how to use the self timer on my camera

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Turn the dial to the "movie" setting. Push the button that is right behind the silver dial for zooming/ picture button. it should give you the option to do the 10 sec delay.

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I don't know how to use the self timer on canon power shot s3

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SOURCE: Self Timer Operation

Easy, in camera mode, push the menu/ok button, use the left and right arrows to display the self timer mode. There are only 3 options on the menu. (self timer,cont,option). Once self timer is on the screen, use the up arrow to pick a short or long self timer.

Once it is set, compose your picture and press the release button as normal, the self timer will do the rest

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SOURCE: Self-timer

The manual can be downloaded here (24 MB PDF from Sony.com)

http://www.docs.sony.com/release/DSCT77_EN_ES.pdf

It's on Page 22.

See the "MENU" button on the bottom left? Two icons above that you see an icon that looks like a circle and the word "OFF". Press that button, and it will turn on the 10 second delay. Press it again, it will shorten to 2 seconds. Press it again, it will turn "OFF".

When you have your desired time delay, just press the SHOOT button, and it will count-down, then CLICK.. picture taken!

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SOURCE: Cant find self timer lumix fs3

Press cursor-left (marked with a one-handed clock). Use up/down to select a mode.

If you turn on BURST, you can take three shots. Otherwise it takes one shot.

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then you can set how long do you need before the camera start to take picture

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I have sony DSC-S500 digital camera i want to know how to take a photograph using self timer thank you Regards Sailaja


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For capturing the images using Self Timer, press the Down Arrow control button continuously to select the desired mode. You can set the timer for 10 seconds and 2 seconds by pressing the continuously, If we press the button again the Self Timer will be turned off.

Press the Shutter button, the self-timer lamp flashes and a beep sounds until the shutter operates. To cancel the self-timer, press the down arrow button again. You can redice the risk of blur by using the 2-second delay self-timer.


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Self Timer Operation


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Does it work at all with a broken screen?
Time for a replacement - camera that is.

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