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My Nikon D80 won't shoot multiple pictures when in sports mode.

When in sports mode my Nikon D80 has stopped taking multiple photos, and there is also a clicking sound coming from the lens when it's auto focusing. I don't ever remember this sound before and I don't know if the two problems have anything to do with one another.
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Please read page 36 in the D80 manual. What you are looking for is just down from the top, "Continous".

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