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I have sx100 camera. when i am using to take a picture with flash i cannot take the next picture immediately. some times it take more than 30 sec. without flash no prob. this is not a memory card problem.

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It depends on your battery condition, flash capacitor will charge faster if battery is freshly recharged. Or battery has larger current capacity. You can shoot pictures with flash faster if its fill-in or closer in distance. Which means capacitor recharge is not totally depleted for each flash duration.

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