E-P1 - how to do burst mode


leeks

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can anyone advise if i can do burst mode (3 shots in a single click of button) in e-p1?

i know there is a single shot which is one rectangle and three rectangles which is supposed to do burst mode (right?), but i have to continueously press the button to execute it.

do i have to be in certain mode to do this? M or A or S?
 

beebeeice

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#2
can anyone advise if i can do burst mode (3 shots in a single click of button) in e-p1?

i know there is a single shot which is one rectangle and three rectangles which is supposed to do burst mode (right?), but i have to continueously press the button to execute it.

do i have to be in certain mode to do this? M or A or S?
try reading the instruction manual. i think there is something about that in there
 

ZerocoolAstra

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#3
can anyone advise if i can do burst mode (3 shots in a single click of button) in e-p1?

i know there is a single shot which is one rectangle and three rectangles which is supposed to do burst mode (right?), but i have to continueously press the button to execute it.

do i have to be in certain mode to do this? M or A or S?
maybe you didn't hold down the shutter release button long enough?
 

Rashkae

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It's normall called bracketing. Look in your manual.
 

ZerocoolAstra

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#5
i'm confused now... does TS want to ask about bracketing or continuous mode?

I assumed that by describing the 3 rectangles, he was referring to continuous mode.
But it's not quite 3 shots in one click... more like holding down the shutter release to trigger continuous firing.
 

clioboy

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just hold down longer.. -_-"
 

Octarine

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#7
i know there is a single shot which is one rectangle and three rectangles which is supposed to do burst mode (right?), but i have to continueously press the button to execute it.
Check with your manual, seems you are in bracketing mode. Check the images taken: do they look different, e.g. first one brighter, last one darker? Then you are in bracketing mode. But then: didn't your camera come with a manual? It's this little booklet in the box.
 

pchmj

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You need to press and hold the shutter button. Once you lift off your finger, it stop.
 

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