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Double Exposure The Easy Way????

I can set my camera on multiple exposure but I was wondering how to set it up to take 2 exposure per each frame of film and then have it automatically advance without having to switch settings in oreder to advance to the next frame. There is a way to do this after you set it on the mulitiple exsposure within the display pannel. Please help... it's for photo schooling!! Thanx to anyone who can answer this.

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Not all cameras can do this. The Nikon N8008, for example, allows you to specify the number of exposures for each frame. The N80, on the other hand, doesn't. You have to cancel the Multiple Exposure mode to advance to the next frame, then set M-E again.

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