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Nokia 6300 Camera: slow loadup, slight haze, slow exit

When I open up the camera it takes about 10 seconds to load up, the image is then slightly hazy as if the light sensitivity is weakened (at some angles the picture is even more so). Taking a photo is fine - the saving load time is normal, but when exiting it takes again another long wait of 10 seconds.

Before this happened it used to be rather instant ): is there any way to solve this? Everything else on the phone works fine.

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Wonder has this been solved. I was looking for solution for same problem. But i found out 1 myself,,,,clear the memory, maybe delete or transfer it to another computer/HD....this is for slow loading of camera, mine was 15 secs

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I had the same problem and was looking for answers as to your questions. mine was cam loading and getting ready to take next pix was about 11 secs,,,i just cleared the memory,,viz moved almost all vids and pix to computer and it is fine now,,,,i have a 1 gb card in it and it was almost full upto 900mb+

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