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Digital Camera Canon Sure Shot - great pictures, but too slow response/recovery between shots. I go for a shot of a child and they're out of the picture before the lens snaps. It is even worse, of course, if the flash is in use. Getting a picture I want is a matter of pure luck or of takinig only vases on tables. Help.

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This is a problem called shutter lag. This is something common with normal point and shoot camera such as yours. Consider investing in a DSLR, A DSLR excels in this area.

Posted on Jan 21, 2008

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