Question about Nikon D200 Digital Camera With 18-135MM
Despite changing iso,opening of lens still having same results the shutters stills laggin 1-2 second.
It is probably delaying while it autofocuses. If it is like most Canon cameras, depressing the shutter half-way should allow you to focus without taking a picture, then when the moment is right, depress the shutter button fully to take the shot. You will want to practice this a bit to get used to it. Shooting in low-light it can take longer to find the focus, so it becomes more necessary to use this technique.
Hopefully that helps, but I am not a Nikon user.
Posted on May 10, 2009
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