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I have the nikon d60, is there a setting that i can set up consectutive pictures taking while not manually holding it so I can get in the picture? I know I can do that for one picture but would like to take more instead of setting it up everytime.

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I have a canon that can do that and i have the nikon d80 which cannot do it. if i were you i would get the remote off ebay. you can find them for as cheap as like $3. i got one for my d80. i still set the timer for like 5 seconds or something so i can put the remote in my pocket real quick or just move my arm back or something like that. having the remote comes in handym well worth the couple bucks you spend on it
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