Question about Samsung L200 Digital Camera
What you are referring to is not the shutter speed, but it is how fast the system takes to lock in the focus and determine the exposure/quality/white balance of the scene, and in some cases if a flash is required, getting enough power into the buffer to fire the flash with enough light for the scene. It needs to do all of these steps before it takes the photo.
More expensive cameras have bigger internal processors and memory and can do these steps faster.
My suggestion is to anticipate a scene a bit more before shooting. Especially if its a moving subject. You can pre focus and get the camera to evaulate the scene before taking the photo by pressing the button half way. Then when the action starts, just click it down the rest of the way.
Posted on Dec 29, 2008
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