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How can I continuous shoot on this camera. I have had it a while but never needed to shoot continuously. Canon EOS model DS 6041

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On the top of the camera, press the "drive-iso" button. Using the wheel while watching the screen on top of the camera, select "continuous drive mode" (it looks like three squares stacked on top of each other). That's it.

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