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I think the problem is this:

Where the T7 does match the competition is with its Burst, Multi Burst and Movie modes. Burst mode records anywhere from 9 to 100 images in succession, depending on the image size, when you hold down the shutter button. Multi Burst records 16 small images in as little as half a second, then tiles them into a single frame. If you time it right, it's useful for analysing motion -- and a fun way to make montages.

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Posted on Apr 25, 2008

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