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  1. djraw's Avatar
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    Hey, isn't there a timer for the camera built into the 700p? I remember seeing something about that here a long time ago.
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    Found this via Google, maybe it helps http://www.treocentral.com/content/Stories/804-1.htm it says 650, but it looks like it could work for 700
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    Quote Originally Posted by haroldo View Post
    Found this via Google, maybe it helps http://www.treocentral.com/content/Stories/804-1.htm it says 650, but it looks like it could work for 700
    That's exactly the article I was looking for! Thanks!!
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    No problem. All I did was type in "timer treo 700p camera" into Google and it was there!
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    haraldo.... SSSSHHHHHH!!! Don't give away the sacred secret of searching.
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    Great tip..

    I found the following even more useful than the timer. The button push usually blurs my pictures.
    "To minimize motion of the camera caused by pushing its center button to take the picture, don't do that. Use the stylus instead. Here's another undocumented feature: the Treo 650's shutter doesn't click till you let up on the stylus. If you just "tap" the screen, you won't notice the difference, but for steadiest operation touch the screen lightly and hold the tip to the screen over the shutter icon. Brace yourself carefully, and then let up gently. Pulling away from the screen jars the camera much less than tapping it. "
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    Thanks for the info. I had no idea this thing had a timer!

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