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I have bought samsung u600 with 3.2m camera but the image quality is **** because it takes at least 5 sec to take a still picture no matter how much i change the settings..but i am sure there is some solution for this..any help.

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    i have bought samsung u600 with 3.2m camera but the image quality is **** because it takes at least 5 sec to take a still picture no matter how much i change the settings..but i am sure there is some solution for this..any help.

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I have bought samsung u600 with 3.2m camera but the image quality is **** because it takes at least 5 sec to take a still picture no matter how much i change the settings..but i am sure there is some solution for this..any help.

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