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Press the shooting mode button (overlapping rectangles) and rotate the main command dial until the self-timer icon (one-handed clock) is showing.

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http://www.nikonusa.com/pdf/manuals/dslr/D70_en.pdf

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Hi David,
The D70 has a setting on the timer, and the explanation can also be found in your manual on page 105.
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1. go to your "Custom Setting" menu (looks like a pencil) and go down to item 24, "Self-Timer." Select the number of seconds delay you desire.

2. Press the "Format" button and rotate the main dial until you see a small clock symbol on the Control Panel.

3. The camera is now ready for delayed shutter. Don't forget to set the "Format" back to S for single shooting afterwards.


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