Question about Fuji FinePix Z10fd Digital Camera
After you set the timer (to 10 seconds), you simply aim at the subject and press the shutter button, like you would when taking a picture. The difference is that the picture will be taken only after the 10 seconds has elapsed.... and not immediately ( like if the timer has not been set at 10 seconds).
Posted on Feb 27, 2011
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For capturing the images using
Self Timer, press the Down Arrow control
button continuously to select the desired mode. You can set the timer for 10
seconds and 2 seconds by pressing the continuously, If we press the button
again the Self Timer will be turned off.
Press the Shutter button, the
self-timer lamp flashes and a beep sounds until the shutter operates. To cancel
the self-timer, press the down arrow
button again. You can redice the risk of blur by using the 2-second delay
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