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How do i use my self timer on my nikon d80 i just purchased and do not have book on it..

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This Is the link for the D80 http://imaging.nikon.com/products/imaging/lineup/digitalcamera/slr/d80/index.htm

The D80 was Replaced by the D90- http://imaging.nikon.com/products/imaging/lineup/digitalcamera/slr/d90/index.htm
there is a digital tutorial online that might help you

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SOURCE: Self-timer button?

Use the Shooting Mode button. It's the button in front of the "AF" button. Push repeatedly until you see an icon similar to a single-handed clock. Then press the shutter and run into the frame (remember to say "cheese")!

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The D3100 is newer, for what it's worth. It has LiveView and video capabilities.

The D3100 is intended for beginners, the D80 for more experienced users. The D3100 is easier to learn, the D80 is easier to use once you learn it. The D3100 is lighter, the D80 is more rugged.

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The ultimate decision is up to you. Only you can decide which features are most important to you. Also, if you can, try to get your hands on the actual cameras. See which one feels more comfortable to you.

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Repeatedly press the shooting mode button on the upper-right side of the camera (marked with overlapping rectangles) to select the desired shooting mode. If that doesn't work, hold down the button and turn the main command dial (on the back) to cycle through the modes.

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Set the Release mode on the camera to one of the remote modes by holding down the release mode button on the right of the camera (the one with the remote and the clock-like self-timer icons) and turning the command dial on the back of the camera. The two choices are Quick-response, where the camera takes a picture when you press the button on the remote, and Delayed-response, where the camera waits two seconds while you hide the remote behind your back before taking a picture.

Look in the camera manual under "Choosing a Shooting Mode" and "Using a Remote Control". They are on pages 36 and 38 of my copy of the D80 manual, yours may differ.

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Use the Shooting Mode button. It's the button in front of the "AF" button. Push repeatedly until you see an icon similar to a single-handed clock. Then press the shutter and run into the frame (remember to say "cheese")!

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Press the button on the upper right side of the top LCD screen, there are five options, multi shutter, self timer, self timer remote and remote. each shown by their respective symbols. you should be on single shutter mode, so press this button once and it will be on multi shutter. (see below picture)9341726.jpg

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I also purchased a Bower 724AFN to use with my D80, and experience the same problems. Received confirmation from Nikon that this flash unit is not compatible with the camera. I then purchased an SB-600 flash, and haven't looked back. It's worth the extra money for this high quality unit; fully compatible, and compliments the TTL features of the D80. I'll never deviate from original Nikon accessories again.

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