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Whenever a photo is taken it takes two shots instead of one

It takes the second shot in very quick succession

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I would imagine you have the camera set in burst mode- you need to change it back to single-shot mode. this should be a button on the exterior of the camera, or in the menu with an icon that looks like a 3 rectangles on top of each other.

Hope this helps.

Posted on Mar 12, 2009

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