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LONG Delay between the shots

HI experts,
I have canon sd500 with me. No wonder its an awesome camera, but recently i have this weird problem of long delay between the shots, its taking too long to save the images into the memory. It was'nt so before.
Could you guys help me fix it???
I would greatly appreciate it.

Thanks in advance!!

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Try adjusting your shutter speed

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