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Processing pause After taking a picture I try to take another one and it seems to have a long processing pause so I miss good shots.  any suggestions

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  • lisa kotti Jul 22, 2008

    As i got suggestion from this I removed red Eye option in the manaul ,It is better then before but not working as good as before

  • marietfemme Dec 21, 2008

    Seems to only happen when the flash has been used. It's generally ok if not though not 100%. We've tried reformattign the card, different cards etc but nothing seems to improve it. It never used to do it, only in the second year of having it.

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Turn off the auto red eye removal option......you can manually remove red eye later. If the auto red eye removal is on, it will try and process each picture after you take it and slow down camera.

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Try calling the company See what happends.

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