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10 sec timer on shutter! Want it off

No instant shutter when I click. It counts down from ten on the screen.  can't find where/how to shut the timer off and get INSTANT pix. thanks

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Check your manual how to disable the self timer.
For the 350d its changed by pressing the timer button, indicated with a clock-like symbol (above the arrow buttons).
While pressing that button turn the dial next to the shutterbutton.
In the LCD display the indicator will change between single shot, continuous shooting and self timer.

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