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1)Press the left arrow key (which is located to the left of 'SET' button at the back of camera). It has clock pictogramm near it. 2)Use left/right arrow key to select square pictogramm to set drive mode to single shooting. 3)Press SET button to confirm your choice.
the self timer usually works like this.
find the self timer setting and set it to 5 or 10 seconds.
then exit the menu and click the button that you normally press to take photo. the self timer will start automatically and the picture will be taken after 5 or 10 seconds (depending on what you set).
note that the self timer will be reset to off after this.
If you press the left < button on the camera before you take a picture you will have the option to set the self-timer. The options that you can choose are: 1. Single shot; 2. Continuous shot; 3. Self-timer (10 sec) / Remote control; 4. Self-timer (2 sec); 5. Self-timer (10 sec): Continuous (2 - 10 shots).
Turn on the camera, click menu button. The first option is a little clock picture on the left, and on the right top corner of the screen it should say "self timer". Click the little button on the dial with your thumb and a menu comes up "self timer ON, OFF". Move up, click "ON" and it is set for your next photo to self shoot. You have to do this for each photo.
Press the Function button and scroll down to the Drive Mode (3rd icon down on left side of LCD). Use the left or right button to select the self timer delay (2, 10 or custom). Press Function again and you're ready. (Remember to set back to single shot when you're done!)