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Processing for 7-10 seconds

Sometimes after i take some pictures, my digital cam needs 7 to 10 seconds processing to save the pictures....i have no idea why!!!!

is that a processor issue?

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  • derej May 15, 2009

    my memory card has 1 GB in size, and even if it is empty, i am facing the same issue.

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Yes this is generally a processor issue....you can still try using a diff memory card...sometimes that may help

Posted on May 15, 2009

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