Question about Cameras
I can't get the self-timer working on my new Canon A720 IS. I set it up as described in the user guide. The self-timer lamp blinks, like it should, but the camera doesn't take a picture. The camera then reverts to the default shooting mode as if it's taken the picture. I've tried this several times, always with the same result. Am I missing something?
I have followed the instructions to operate the self timer, BUT I can not get the camera on my A7201S to operate, Could a low battery cause this problem
Posted on Sep 14, 2011
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