I'm considering purchasing a 6D camera. Maybe this is a basic question, but I've done some searching, even found the 6d instruction manual online, but haven't found an answer (or, maybe I have but I don't like it). My T2i has a self-timer continuous option. You can select how many pictures you want it to take (up to 10) after a delay of 10 seconds. This has worked very well for my family. We have small kids. For family portraits we set the timer on delay continuous for 10 shots. I set the exposure and focus. Press the button. Sit with the family. And we smile for 10 frames. There's usually at least one where everyone is smiling looking at the camera. Is this a feature that the 6D has? I have the original 5D and it does not have this feature, but I assumed that was just because it was older. But looking at the 6D manual, I don't see the function mentioned. If the 6D does not have this feature, what is a possible workaround? The 6D is wifi enabled, but the Iphone app (as best I can tell) also does not support multiple shots. Each shot would need to be triggered individually. The 6D instruction manual references Remote controller RC-6. But I'm assuming that then again I would need to press it for each exposure? Thanks for any info. PS, if the 6D does not have this function, does the 5Dii or 5Diii have it?