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TAKING PICTURE TO SLOW

WHEN I TRY TO TAKE THE PICTURE IT TAKES A LONG TIME TO TAKE INSTEAD OF BEING INSTANT. I WAS WONDERING IS THERE SOMETHING I CAN CHANGE ON MY CAMERA SO THAT I COULD TAKE PICTURES FASTER

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Here are some tips to make your camera faster. 1- Decrease picture resolution when you do not need that much resolution. The highest resolution have a big load of data to write, taking some time. 2- Turn off flash when possible. Every flash unit needs some time to charge and this can be time consuming. 3- The camera can take some time autofocusing. Press halfway the shutter until the camera locks its focus, than press the shutter all the way. This will help you to take even better pictures. Good luck!

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