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Re: sony dsc p100
Not sure what you mean?
You have 16 single shots one after another
Now what do you want to do?
Turn the camera back to single shot?
Read the Manual -Full manual in PDF format on disk
Do something with the shots themselves?
Use image editor in computer
Do none of these?
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I have a Sony W120 and had the same macro problem, tried all the
"solutions" mentioned here without result. So I pressed the "Home"
button, went to "Settings" (last menu item at right), then "Main
Settings", and used the "Initialize" functio. Problem solved !
Because you have set the multi photo mode.
when you set it back to single shot mode, then the flash menu will change to more option to turn on flash.
it's because the camera can not charge the flash fast enough to do a few shot per second if flash is on.
This is the same as other digital SLR camera.
Where the T7 does match the competition is with its Burst, Multi Burst
and Movie modes. Burst mode records anywhere from 9 to 100 images in
succession, depending on the image size, when you hold down the shutter
button. Multi Burst records 16 small images in as little as half a
second, then tiles them into a single frame. If you time it right, it's
useful for analysing motion -- and a fun way to make montages.
Taken from <a href="http://www.cnet.com.au/digitalcameras/cameras/0,239036184,240055561,00.htm">here</a>
Ok! I've searched and searched, so hopefully this will help you all out.
If the videos are very slow moving, you're in multi burst mode. Simple fix, actually...
Press menu button that's below the dial selector. There should be two small options near the bottom of the screen "mode" and the little suitcase.
Go into mode and make sure that Normal is selected. Multi Burst is actually a 16 frame per second function good for sports. It shows as a slow motion video on the camera and a sort of collage on your computer.