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I can't set my Nikon S560 to continuous shooting mode. When I scroll the menu, it jumps over the continuous setting. What am I doing wrong?

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Q: I can't set my Nikon S560 to continuous shooting?
Ans: try after setting, Shooting Menu -> Distortion Control -> 0ff

Posted on Nov 16, 2009

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