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XT-1 Built in intervalometer, more than 999 shots?


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There have been times when I use the built in intervalometer, and I am able to do more than 999 shots,  it actually does 1998 shots.   Twice as many.  I have no idea how to make it work all the time, or if its some kind of software error that makes it work.  Any ideas? 

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I've been frustrated by the 999 and never seen the 1999.  Seems like it would be very easy to have Fuji implement a "---" mode that just shoots until you stop it.  I wound up getting a $20 remote to get this done.


Well like when i happens , it wont show that, I put it on 999 and it just goes past that.

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