Question about Cameras
If this has always happened in your camera, then it is a Bad feature of the camera. Some cameras dont switch back to the shooting mode after deleting or reviewing pictures. Try a higher model camera from the same manufacturer to see if they all do it. Good luck, and dont forget to rate me, or ask for more help NGK
Posted on Sep 05, 2008
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