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There will be a timer buttton on the camera. in the menu you can select how long it will take before taking a picture . it should be stated in the manual

http://www.kenrockwell.com/nikon/d5000/users-guide/menus-custom-timers.htm#c3

Posted on Apr 30, 2010

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SOURCE: Where is the timer button on the Nikon D5000?

It's not one button.

If shooting information is not displayed in the monitor, press the [info] button. Press the [i] button to place the cursor in the information display. Use left/right on the multiselector to highlight the current release mode in the information display (the fifth item from the top along the right edge) and press OK. Select the self-timer (the one-handed clock symbol) and press OK. Custom Settings #C3 controls the length of the the timer delay.

Don't forget to change it back when you're done.

If you use the self-timer a lot, you can program the Fn button on the front of the camera to set the self-timer.

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hello try to change the cable that might helps please rate my comment thanks

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If shooting information is not displayed in the monitor, press the [info] button. Press the [i] button to place the cursor in the information display. Use left/right on the multiselector to highlight the current release mode in the information display (the fifth item from the top along the right edge) and press OK. Select the self-timer (the one-handed clock symbol) and press OK. Custom Settings #C3 controls the length of the the timer delay.

Don't forget to change it back when you're done.

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