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[72] How to Use
shooting/Self-timer)
Drive Mode
You can set the drive mode, such as continuous or self-timer shooting.
1. MENU →
You can also set the drive mode by pressing
control wheel.
Menu item details
Single Shooting:
Shoots one still image. Normal shooting mode.
Cont. Shooting:
Shoots images continuously while you press and hold down the shutter button.
Self-timer:
Shoots an image using the self-timer after a designated number of seconds have elapsed
since the shutter button was pressed.
Self-timer(Cont):
Shoots a designated number of images using the self-timer after a designated number of
seconds have elapsed since the shutter button was pressed.
Cont. Bracket:
Shoots images while holding the shutter button down, each with different degrees of
brightness.
Single Bracket:
Shoots a specified number of images, one by one, each with a different degree of
brightness.
Using shooting functions
(Camera Settings) → [Drive Mode] → desired setting.
Selecting a drive mode (Continuous
/
([Drive Mode]) button of the

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