Question about Nikon D3000 Digital Camera
You can do this in continues mode go here You set this at: MENU > CAMERA > Release mode > Continuous > OK.
You get one shot with one press of the shutter button BUT, if you hold the shutter button down you get 3 frames per second.
You set this at:
MENU > CAMERA > Release mode > Continuous > OK.
Posted on Dec 29, 2010
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