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self-timer

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(Photography) a mechanism in a camera that operates a delay between the operation of the shutter release and the opening of the shutter, enabling the photographer to be included in the photograph
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On the plus side, you can store up to 64 images and there's an auto flash and self-timer. Rating 4/10
The notable features of both cameras include digital image stabilization, panorama, HDR mode, touch to focus, face and smile detection, geo tagging and self-timer option.
Also thrown in are handy features like self-timer, time lapse and steady shot modes, and even 10x digital zoom, which make it a super replacement for the default camera apps that come in most Android devices - you can even access it from the lock screen if you wish.
The Studio 35 has automatic exposure and flash controls to help ensure picture quality and a self-timer that lets the photographer be in the picture.
There's no LCD viewfinder, just an information display screen, but it does have 8MB of memory (enough for about 50 snaps), a built-in flash and a self-timer.
But in Apple's self-timer, a patent (http://www.patentlyapple.com/patently-apple/2012/03/future-idevice-cameras-will-offer-a-self-timer-with-a-twist.html) granted March 8 , the iDevice's camera can identify the photographer and ask if they want to be in the picture.
The camera has been given some additional features - Panorama mode, self-timer, action detection shot and a burst mode for the best group photo.
retractable viewfinder helps to compose the perfect picture and there is a self-timer too if you want to get in on the act yourself.