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 Post subject: D7000 and self timer
PostPosted: Sat Dec 10, 2011 9:45 pm 
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Hey Guys. I recently tried to use my self timer and had some troubles. I went into the menu and chose for the picture to be taken 10s after shutter button was pressed, to take 9 pictures total and 1s between each picture. I changed my dial to self timer and pressed the shutter. It did indeed wait 10 seconds and then took the picture but only took one??

NO matter if I change the number of shots between 2-9 or length between shots etc. it only always takes one picture.

Am I missing something?

Thanks,

Greg


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You have a D7000

It has a built in intervalometer?


There you go - no need for self timer


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