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Not keeping photos in memory

When I take a picture it stays on the screen for so long that quite often I miss a good shot a few secinds later.If i turn the camera off or the batteries go flat before the picture on the screen dissappears then it doesnt save the picture in my memory. I lost 100 photos of a school 5 mile run for childrens cancer research last week and it only saved 8. Why ?????? It is so frustrating as it takes minutes to save the picture. I have turned off the 'quick veiw' but I just get a black screen for the same length of time.What am I doing wrong ? Please can you give me some advice as am about to put it in the bin....................

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This camera is now some twelve years old - it is hardly surprising it has developed some minor eccentricities. I agree, replacement is the best option here.

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I read an article about the same problem.....
Ill tell you the information about it.....

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