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Timer on samsung digital camera?

I can't find my manual, and am wondering if it is possible to set a timer on the camera to get a whole family shot? Samsung s500

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  • Anonymous Apr 12, 2009

    THANKYOU! The manual does'nt say anything about the SHUTTER button after everything. :)

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Sure ... be sure to use a tripod or other device to place the camera for stability.

  • Set the MODE DIAL to your desired photo setting
  • Press the SELF-TIMER button on the button pad (looks like a clock/timer on the right button pad)
  • There are three settings
    • 10 SEC - 10 seconds will pass until the picture is taken
    • 2 SEC - 2 seconds until the picture is taken
    • Double self-timer - a picture will be taken after 10 seconds, and then after 2 seconds a second picture will be taken.
  • Press the SHUTTER button to begin the timer.
  • Jump in the shot! =)
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When the menu is displayed on the LCD monitor, pressing the Right button makes
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