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09/30/2005 10:14:40 PM · #1
Can somone please explain me how to do it
Thanks for your help
09/30/2005 10:19:27 PM · #2
edited Left to say "right"

Look at your cam like you are going to take a photo. On the left side upper...you will see a button that says BKT...forget that button...

Next to that button you will see something that looks like 3 sheets of paper....hold that button down as you scroll with the scroll near your "RIGHT" thumb....as you scroll, look at the "top" of the camera over the scroll...you will see a tiny pic change to a "clock" and a few other things...when it gets to look like the 3 sheets of paper...STOP. ...Now you can hold your shutter button down and the photos will fly....

Hope this helps...


Message edited by author 2005-09-30 22:20:38.
09/30/2005 10:25:46 PM · #3
when you half-press the shutter, the # of images display will change to say something like "r04." the 04 is the number of images that the buffer can process at the highest rate (in JPG mode that number is higher). took me a while to figure that one out, so i thought i'd mention it.
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