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Your shutter is stuck open. Remove the lens. Set to fireworks mode. May need to be in a dark room. When you press the shutter button tap the camera with an object that won't damage it. I used a rubber coated knife handle. Pull the battery and repeat. Tapping all around the camera. Hopefully it will break free. Then do some continuous shooting to loosen it up.
Press the Playback button on the back of the camera (marked with a right-pointing triangle). Use the cursor pad to move from picture to picture: left goes back one picture, right goes forward one picture, up and down go back and forward ten pictures.
Hi, Ithink your SD card set in lock mode . SD cards have a slide switch along one edge.Always lock position nearest the connecting wire (copper wire)in the card. If the switch is already in the proper position, slide it fullythe other way and then back again.
When you press the button, the camera performs many functions in a split second such as set the focus, set the aperture and shutter speed, calculate the flash power, etc. It will make sounds and if the pictures are fine, then all is well.
1) Remove the memory card if one is installed. Connect the camera to the computer using the USB cable. Transfer pictures normally.
2) Copy the pictures from the internal memory to the card, then take the card out of the camera and plug it into a card reader. Transfer pictures normally. To copy pictures from the internal memory to a card, press the playback button (right-pointing triangle) to enter playback mode, press MENU, then select "Copy".
You can use the USB connection or the card reader, whichever you're more comfortable with, whichever you normally use.
1). Download all you pictures on the memory card onto your computer and format the memory card. This will enhance the performance. Its possible too much pictures are there on you memory card and therefore the camera performace drop and hangs.
2). Clean the battery terminals as well as the terminals on your battery and fully it charge it.
Try the above and let me know if the problem still persists.
This is the normal cycle time and it can increase if the batteries are a bit weak. This is one of the minor issues with this camera. You should only notice this when using a flash since it has to re-charge the flash circuit, without flash the picture should retuen in a second or less.