The Nikon D80, released in 2006, featured continuous servo, a burst mode that lets you take multiple exposures with the shutter release button. Once this feature is enabled, your camera can take continuous exposures at approximately three frames per second.
Turn on your camera.
Press the button with the three overlapping rectangles, on the right side of the camera above the button labeled "AF." As you do this, keep your eye on the top LCD screen and toggle through the various modes until you reach the continuous servo mode, which has the same rectangle configuration.
Point and shoot as your normally would by aiming the camera at your subject and holding down the shutter release button halfway until the image comes into focus on your screen. Press the shutter release down all the way to take multiple exposures.
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