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I seem unable to shoot any more than 4 frames per sec fz38 burst

I seem unable to shoot any more than 4 frames on burst mode with the fz38 have read all the instructions which say up to 10 frames per sec. can you help.

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  • Ken Tait Feb 01, 2010

    Many thanks I didn't realise there was a difference.

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You need a card with a fast write speed to achieve 10 frames per sec.

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