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I set my camera on auto mode but it is taking a picture every hour on the hour what have I done wrong?

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Sounds like you've set it in "1-hour time lapse" in menu...go into "setup" in menu; set to "default" settings; re-program all your options making sure not to set "time lapse" to 1 hour.

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