I'm new to this (both camera model and photography in general) and was reading through the Oly C-750 owner's manual. It listed an interesting feature: auto-bracket (BKT). I navigated to the menu that was supposed to have this feature (drive menu), but cannot find it. Does anyone know how to use this? It is mentioned on pg 30 of the manual, under Sequential Shooting, but no where else. The drive menu had all of the other Sequential Shooting modes, but not BKT.
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Re: where is the BKT (auto bracket)
My wife uses the camera on Auto only. You can NOT access the BKT mode in Auto. Turn the dial to P or A/S/M. In these modes you can make individual adjustments. Press the Quick View button to display the viewer. Wait a few seconds for the AF info display and such to turn off (if you press OK too quickly you will activate MF). Then press the OK button to bring up the menu. Once you have the menu, press the top up arrow button to get into Drive. Then you will see a list of burst modes and the BKT at the bottom. Press the down button to get to BKT and press the right arrow button to make your selection. Once you make your selection, press OK and you're all set.
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It indicates "bracketing". To turn it off, press and hold the bracket button (on the front of the camera, below the flash button and above the lens release button) and turn the main command dial (on the back) to change the number of shots to 0. Full details are in the "Exposure and Flash Bracketing" section of the manual (page 92 in my copy). If you need a manual, you can download one here. There's also a video tutorial here.
looking at the camera "face-on" at the front, to the right of were the lens mounts (at about 5 'o'clock) there is a small lever with the letters "M", "S" & "C" these stand for "manual", "single" and "continuous" with reference to the auto focus. Set generally to "S" for normal and "C" for sports or movement photography and "M" for "manual".
You can start with the online tutorial on Nikon's web site at
You might also visit your local library or bookstore and browse through the photography section. There are plenty of books on introductory photography, introductory DSLR photography, and other topics. The manual does a great job of explaining what each of the controls do, but doesn't do so great a job of explaining why you'd want to change these things. It's like the owner's manual for a car: you wouldn't want to learn how to drive just by reading it.
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Select Macro Mode - this is a fairly obvious first step but I’m always surprised by how many digital camera owners haven’t explored the shooting modes that their camera has. Macro mode is generally symbolized with a little flower and when selected it will tell your camera that you want to focus on a subject closer to your lens than normal (the minimum distance allowed will vary from camera to camera - consult your instruction manual to find yours). Macro mode will also usually tell your camera to choose a large aperture so that your subject is in focus but the background is not.
I had the same issue and was directed to page 87 of owners manual. Chances are good that you have white balance bracketing on. This produces two images and can be turned off with the bracket(BKT) button and or CSM menu F11 WB Bracketing.