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From ZeroWikiFatal Frame II: Crimson Butterfly. It can be purchased from the in-game shop for 80,000 points after clearing the game once, and allows the player to take pictures of Mio and Mayu by interacting with save points around Minakami Village. This is the only way in which it is possible for the player to take photographs of Mio. Its in-game description is: "You can take a photo of yourself from the position of a save point."
After purchasing self-timer mode from the Shop section of the Additional Features menu, after loading a cleared game save file, upon interacting with a save point a new option will appear in the top right corner of the screen. Pressing the X button on the Xbox controller will present the player with a dialogue box: "Do you use selftimer?" (sic). Immediately after selecting "yes", the screen will enter Finder mode, with Mio (and Mayu behind her, if she is currently with Mio) in the centre of the viewfinder. The red light at the top of the viewfinder (usually used to indicate a Fatal Frame shot) will blink more and more rapidly, acting as a timer, and the shutter will eventually go off, taking a photograph which appears in the in-game album and may be Protected. The view will then return to normal, with Mio standing near the save point, and the player will be asked if they would like to take another photo. Choosing "yes" will return them straight to selftimer mode, whilst choosing "no" will exit to normal gameplay. If the player wishes to save or re-enter selftimer mode, they must interact with the save point again after exiting.
Controls within selftimer mode are the same as in normal gameplay: the left stick moves/turns Mio, while the right stick operates the torch. Mio will start off directly in front of the camera; however, if Mio begins to walk away from the camera it will zoom out. Due to this, even though the camera cannot directly be moved, by walking backwards it is possible to take full-body shots.