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PostPosted: Tue Dec 18, 2012 7:09 pm 
and I cant access my menues to reset it. Arg! If its not one thing its another. Oh and I did get my wireless remote fixed. Drove to the camera shop cause they were gonna replace it, but the guy said lets look at the reciever battery. Well its a bright blue battery, and it had a clear plastic on it that was to be removed. I didnt even see it......I felt stupid. Oh well I got a bigger camera bag for half off too. But yes need helps with my camera settings cause I'm retarded. So frustrating........


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PostPosted: Tue Dec 18, 2012 7:47 pm 
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:) No worries about the plastic on the batteries... I'm just impressed you got them in there haha

As for your continuous shooting thing... I actually run my cameras in continuous shooting all the time, just in the odd chance I need a high frame rate. If you want to change it though, hit the left arrow on the back of your camera, and then choose the single shot mode :)

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PostPosted: Tue Dec 18, 2012 9:58 pm 
Plymer wrote:
:) No worries about the plastic on the batteries... I'm just impressed you got them in there haha

As for your continuous shooting thing... I actually run my cameras in continuous shooting all the time, just in the odd chance I need a high frame rate. If you want to change it though, hit the left arrow on the back of your camera, and then choose the single shot mode :)


Got it thanks. It was just going nuts ad I had my wireless stuff hooked up too. Now to try to take some pictures. Thanks.


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