Cont. Shooting Settings

You can select Single (single-image), Continuous Shooting or Bracket as the shooting mode.
  1. Press / (Cont. Shooting/Self-Timer) on the control button.

  1. Select the desired mode with the control button.

(Single Shooting)
The camera shoots a single image.

(Continuous Shooting)
The camera shoots up to 10 continuous frames in one burst when you hold down the shutter button.

The camera shoots a series of 3 images each with a different setting.

  • [Flash] is set to [Off] in continuous or bracket shooting mode.

  • When [Continuous Shooting] is selected, [Focus], [White Balance], and [Exposure Compensation] are adjusted for the first image, and these settings are also used for the other images.

  • When the internal memory or a memory card is full, the burst stops.

  • When you perform continuous shooting or bracket shooting, [VGA] image size will be set while recording on internal memory.

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