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I AM GETTING MULTIPLE PICTURES WHEN I DEPRESS THE BUTTON TO TAKE PICTURES. IS THERE A SETTING I HAVE UNKNOWINGLY SET IN MOTION?

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Yes may be,
Check the settings for "Burst Mode" in your Cam, it will be under main settings menu. Turn it off, if the problem prevails better backup all the pics/videos and then Reset the Camera.

If helpfull, kindly do Rank.

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Waqar.

Posted on Jul 17, 2009

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Yes may be, there was a same query here;

Check the settings for "Burst Mode" in your Cam, it will be under main settings menu. Turn it off, if the problem prevails better backup all the pics/videos and then Reset the Camera.

If helpfull, kindly do Rank.

Regards,
Waqar

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