1. Press / (Cont. Shooting/Self-Timer) on the control button.

  1. Select the desired mode with the control button.

(Single Shooting)
Does not use the self-timer.

Sets the self-timer to a 10-second delay.
When you press the shutter button, the self-timer lamp flashes and a beep sounds until the shutter operates.
To cancel, press / again.

Sets the self-timer to a 2-second delay.

(Self-portrait One Person)
Sets the self-timer to Self-portrait timer.
When the camera detects the specified number of faces, a beep sounds, and the shutter operates 2 seconds later.

(Self-portrait Two People)

(Self-Timer: Continuous Shooting)
The camera shoots 10 continuous frames 10 seconds later after you press the shutter button.

(Self-Timer (Bracket))
The camera starts bracket shooting 10 seconds later after you press the shutter button.

Tips for preventing blur
If your hands or body moves while holding the camera and pressing the shutter button, “Camera shake” occurs.
Camera shake occurs frequently under low-light or slow shutter speed conditions, such as those encountered in (Night Portrait) or (Night Scene) mode.
To reduce camera shake, set the self-timer to a 2-second delay and brace your arms against your sides after pressing the shutter button.
  • [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.

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

Automatic shooting with Self-portrait timer

Point the lens at yourself so that the selected number of faces are reflected in the screen. The shutter operates automatically. Do not move your camera after the beep sounds.

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