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When I take a photo the camera turns off and does not store the image?

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you must have changed the option to store the images in .tiff format so while storing in tiff format it compresses the image so it takes time for u ... so i suggest u to change that setting to .jpg uncompressed mode by doing this though it takes more space and allows u to store less photos in memory but it will fast while storing ...
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If you use the direct print capabilities of the camera when connected to a compatible printer (PictBridge, CP, or DirectPrint are all supported), you are able to enable an option that will print the image with the date/stamp printed on the image. There are also software packages that you can use that will do the same when printing from the computer.

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