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Too long of a wait time between shots

Is there a way to shorten the wait time between shots?

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Yes,
you could change the solution to a lower value with the blue F key.
The higher the solution, the longer the internal processor has to convert the data from raw to .jpg.
Try the lowest solution,and you would not see much of a difference.

Posted on Mar 09, 2009

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