10
Nov
08

Today’s Tip: Continous Shooting Mode

Tired of waiting forever in between pictures? Want to capture the subject and shoot and shoot and shoot? Well, here’s how.

1. Switch camera from Auto Mode, to Manual, P, AV, or TV mode.

2. Press the button that has the timer/shooting mode button, looks like a clock with many squares stacked on top of each other.

3. Press the button until the graphic on the screen displays not one square, but many squares stacked on top of each other.

4. When you take a picture, continue to hold the button down on the camera, it should now shoot continuously. You can also adjust aperture and shutter speed before hitting the button to get a different exposure rating on the shot.

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