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TAKES 3 OR 4 PICTURES BEFORE STOPPING

I HAVE A T 70 CAMERA IT TAKES 3 OR 4 PICTURES AT A TIME

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  • bigdawg236 Jan 19, 2009

    this is T70 not T90

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Take your finger off the shutter button!!!! Remember, this thing has a built-in winder! There's no secret button to turn it off. Press lightly then let up. Try it a couple times without film until you get the knack of it. :)

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Check that your camera is set for Single frame shooting mode. In the display, the arrow should be pointing at SINGLE. If it is pointing at the H(igh speed) or L(ow speed) CONT(inuous) setting change it by:
Open the palm wing door and check that the selector there is set to S-C. Then press the button in the center of the selector until the arrow is pointing at SINGLE.

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    old marine Jan 16, 2009

    I apologize. I misread your camera model. I was giving advice for a Canon T90. I don't think the T70 has this setting -- continuous shooting. I would guess that your camera needs to be looked at by a camera repair shop.

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