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Custom setting Whenever i take a picture the timer goes on. its not set on timer mode. i think while i was playing with my camera last night it somehow got switched onto a custom mode. idk how to fix it.

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This is a known (albeit uncommon) issue with F100's.  Is the wheel on the top left set to the timer setting? If not it may need to be repaired.

Posted on Oct 23, 2007

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