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How do i take multiple photos with my dmc-tz3 camera

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You can't do it in the "simple" mode. But if you pick a scene, you can turn on the "Burst" function.
1)push menu/set button
2)arrow down to second tab (picture of camera)
3)arrow right to allow you to scroll down list to burst function and change to "on"

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