Question about Nikon COOLPIX L3 Digital Camera
I have the Nikon Coolpix L3. When I first used it, it was a point and shoot camera. Then I started experimenting with the settings and I did something and I don't know what. When I take a picture it seems like it has a delay time. I have to hold the camera still until it flashes. It flashes about three times and usually by that time, my subject (my dog) has moved out of the picture. I've looked in the manual but cannot find an answer. I've tried changing from SCENE to CAMERA mode but that doesn't change anything either. Do you have anysuggestions that may help me to get my camera back to a point and shoot? And what should I not touch so that this doesn't happen again? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks, Mary Schultz from sunny Arizona
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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