I don't understand the interval timer on the Nikon D7000. Someone please help me from ripping my hair out.

I am supposed to input:
(the number of intervals) x (the number of shots per interval) = Total number of shots.
i.e., 003 X 2 = 0006.

Say if I wish to do star trails and I want to take, say, 200 individual exposures of 1 minute each (with the shortest amount of time possible between each shot, of course) -- what do you input to achieve this? ????? X ????? = ????

I have read the manual (it's on Page 156 of the English manual) and don't understand any of it. It makes absolutely no sense to me.

Thank you very much. I'm linking to the manual in case this helps anyone else:
http://www.nikonusa.com/pdf/manuals/...2/D7000_EN.pdf


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