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Self timer stuck


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Have you tried turning the drive mode lever from self timer mode to single shot mode? If not, surrounding the mode dial are a couple of levers: one being the on and off lever and the other being the drive mode lever. if you move the drive mode lever up to the first option (illustrated by a single box, meaning single shot), you'll be able to turn the self timer off.

If that doesn't work, then it might be a system bug/error. In that case, download the latest firmware here and upgrade your camera.

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Canon EOS 350 timer problems


On the back of the camera there is a small button just to the right of the top of the LCD which has what looks like a little clock. Pressing this button will take you through the 3 modes of operation which are:
Single shot, multiple shots and timer. Watch the LCD panel and you should see the icon change when you press the button. When the single rectangle is showing, that is single shot, when it is multiple staggered rectangles that is multi shot and when you see a little clock that is timer mode. Usually I shoot with multi shot mode.

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Sony dsc t70 flash problem


Because you have set the multi photo mode.
when you set it back to single shot mode, then the flash menu will change to more option to turn on flash.
it's because the camera can not charge the flash fast enough to do a few shot per second if flash is on.
This is the same as other digital SLR camera.

Oct 15, 2008 | Sony DSC-T70 Digital Camera

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Self Timer Activation


The instruction manual is quite poor. Once you have decided which option you would like (2 or 10 seconds) you must go back to the main menu to select which drive mode you would like. Single is default. From single, you can select self-timer, which will activate it for your next shot. The drive mode will always reset back to single after every shot so you'll need to set this up for every self-timed shot.

Happy shooting!

Jan 03, 2008 | Konica Minolta DiMAGE Z5 Digital Camera

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Activate flash


Here is the solution: Flash cannot be used in burst mode! You must set the camera to single shot mode!

This really surprised me, since in my old Konica Minolta the burst mode did not prevent flash, it just took a single picture if the flash was activated or multiple pictures when the flash was disabled.

Dec 25, 2007 | Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W80 Digital Camera

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Sony dsc p100


Not sure what you mean? You have 16 single shots one after another Now what do you want to do? Turn the camera back to single shot? Read the Manual -Full manual in PDF format on disk Do something with the shots themselves? Use image editor in computer Do none of these? Try another way of putting the question

Jun 30, 2007 | Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-P100 Digital Camera

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Dimage Z3 self-timer


It is in the Drive mode, the options are single shot, continuous, bracket, and self timer. It is not very clear in the manual but it is on the 1st menu page, page 46. Navigate using the arrow button. The default is single shot. When you set the camera to self timer, after taking the shot, it will return to the previous mode, ie. single shot or continuous. If you always use the self timer, you can reprogram the flash mode button to set the drive mode without going to the menu, page 65 of the manual. If you do not have a manual, you can download here : http://ca.konicaminolta.com/support/manuals/digital_cameras/dimage-z/index.html

Apr 23, 2007 | Konica Minolta DiMAGE Z3 Digital Camera

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What kind of focus settings does the DiMAGE Z3 have during movie recording?


The following three settings are selectable during the movie recording: Continuous AF: The single-shot AF is operated in advance of recording, and AF is always operated during recording. Single AF: The single-shot AF is operated in advance of recording, and the focus position is fixed during recording.*This mode is useful for shooting a low contrast and hard-to-be-focused subject, such as fireworks. Manual: The focus point is to be set manually in advance of recording, and its position is fixed during recording.*Manual focus is useful when it is difficult to focus automatically.

Sep 13, 2005 | Konica Minolta DiMAGE Z3 Digital Camera

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