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Camera hesitates when clicked.

When taking a picture it misses all the smiles because it hesitates when clicked.

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This is a coimmon problem with alot of digital cameras! you may have to buy a faster camera in the future! (try saying smile 2 seconds after snapping the picture! sorry no real fix!

Posted on Dec 06, 2008

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You have very good taste in cameras.
Best regards and keep em smiling : ) Paul

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