I've just bought a Nikon D50 and the multishot function seems to be broken. I can take single shots just fine, and when it's in multishot mode I can still take just the one picture, but, sadly, no multishots!
Do I need to press something else while I take the pictures, or maybe it needs to be configured differently? As far as I can tell from the manual, everything is as it should be so I'm a bit confused.
As far as i know if you see the multi shot icon on the top screen it must function if it is not you're going to have to take it back 'cause you got a refuse piece i would say at least...any way they should change it for you at once or solve your problem in case it was a newly bought camera
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The multi-shot setting on a digital camera is part of the dial menu; wherever you can adjust the picture settings for close-up, panorama, action or portrait shots. Just move the dial and watch the screen to see what setting you are programming. Have fun taking great pictures! Please vote if this solution is brilliant! Sciencewoman
Auto mode only allows for "Auto Flash", "Auto Flash with red eye" or "Forced Flash Off". Forced, flash "ON" does not exist in Auto.
Put it into "P" for programmable mode. Then press the flash button on the left-face. The flash will pop-up. While holding the button, turn the selector dial to select what you want the flash to do - the little flash icons will display on the top panel as you do this.
I suspect that you're looking for a "live view", like in the point & shoot cameras. Most DSLRs (like the Nikon D50) don't have live view. In other words, in order to see the picture you must take it first.