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Inadvertanly set delay and can't figure out how to get it back to the original setting.

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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.

The available modes are Single frame (letter "S" in a rectangle), Continuous (overlapping rectangles), Self-timer (one-armed clock), Delayed remote (self-timer above remote), and Quick-response remote (remote).

Posted on Jul 30, 2010

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There could be several problems like:

1)The focus.
2)Self timer set to 2sec or 10sec.
3)very slow shutter speed set.
Make it as a 10 or 20 second delay on the self timer .Your problem here could be that the settings are not right. Go to the menus and reset all to original or default. Then set menus the way you like. You may have a slow memory card, try changing to a faster card, and test it.


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