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After i take a photo, next shot i need to wait for 10second only can take another photo. How to made more faster

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First of all, this is an older camera and not up to today's standards. However, there are things you can do to speed things up. You could get a faster card. You could download the pics on the card you now have and then format the card in the camera to give it a fresh start.

Posted on Oct 11, 2010

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My sx200 is taking 2-4 seconds to process every pic so I wait to take next shot.


There are several reasons this could occur - you may wish to check out other responses to similar queries. The first thing I would check is if you have the camera set to display each image as you take it - if so, turn this off. Next, the use of a faster SD or SDHC card will speed up processing time per shot. Another possibility is the quality of the processed image - if you have selected a large image at high quality, this too will slow things down. Maybe you could compromise and go for a smaller image, or a lower quality one. Finally, is your camera capable of burst shooting ? Taking several shots in quick succession ? If so, you may want to experiment with this to see if it helps.

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My nikon coolpix 5600 camera taking a photograph after that taking long time for ready to next photo. why?


You might be using a slow SD card and your camera is buffering the data waiting for the slow speed card to catch up. Try a faster memory card. I would suggest an SDSC card. They have a much faster write speed.

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My coolpixS4300 is slow recovering after a shot, how do I fix this ?


There are three possibilities that I can think of.
1. You are using flash, and it's taking time to recharge. Try turning off the flash; even if your pictures are blurry, does it fix the time problem? If so, you need to charge the flash faster: try a better brand/type of battery (if this camera uses a custom LiION battery, my apologies, this isn't relevant).
2. How fast is your memory card? If you can borrow a faster one, give it a try to see if the improvement is worth the investment.
3. Are you making the mistake of thinking that you have to wait for the display to go back? Most cameras display your photo for a few seconds for review, and then revert to showing a live view. You don't have to wait! Just go ahead and take the next photo - if you want to see the live view on the screen, half-press the shutter.

P.S. some cameras of this brand have features (e.g. shake reduction technology) that improve the quality of the shots, but take a lot of processing time, making the camera seem slow. Test to see if this is the problem by making sure there's a lot of light (dark pictures take longer to process) and that the camera is steady. Learning to hold the camera very still while you shoot may get you better photos, while speeding things up as well! Brace the camera on something solid and take a picture in bright sun - if it seems really fast, that was your problem, and there's not really a lot you can do.

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I have a canon powershot a520 and it refreshes vary slow so it takes forever to take another photo. How do I fix this?


Hi,

I've got a A520 also, and I think theres a few reasons why it can take a while between shots.

1) When using the flash, flash needs several seconds to recharge, this is unavoidable.
2) Some SD cards are slower than others. Make sure you buy a fast one. Note too that a 2Gb or 4Gb card will slow down your camera between shots, compared to a smaller memory card, such as 1Gb, or 512mb.
3) If using a slow shutter speed, such as 10 or 15 seconds, I've found it takes longer to take the next photo. This is unavoidable.

4) You could lower the resolution of the photos you're taking, this will enable you to take photos faster, and may still be good enough for applications such as Facebook, ect.

5) Another trick is to use the multiple shots option. For some reason you can take more photos more quickly than if you manually take each photo. Flash, and slow shutter speeds may still slow down the camera, if used.

Hope these hints help!

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I have the hand Icon and canot get it off- I am sure that is why my pictures are not shooting nicely - this is the only different thing I have now from before


The hand icon is just a warning that the shutter speed used for the current photo is rather slow so it's warning you that it will probably be blurry due to you moving the camera "during" the shot.

It needs more light to fire the shutter faster. If it's fast, then the chance of you moving during the shot is reduced.

So ..

1. Turn on the built-in flash. That will set the shutter speed faster automatically to about 1/60th of a second. Or

2. Get outside where there is more light. Or

3. Use a camera tripod to hold it steady. Or set the camera down on a flat surface, aim it, and then use the built-in self timer to take the shot for you. The shot will then be clear even if it's a long exposure, unless your subject itself is moving. .

4.. Last resort you can turn up the ISO speed on some models of camera's. This increases CCD noise (static) in the photo but also increases the shutter speed by 50% with each step up, from ISO 100 to 200 for example. All better camera's have this option such as Nikon and Canon. I leave the ISO set low to 80 or 100 to get the clearest shots and use a tripod if necessary when the shutter speed is slow due to dim lighting. I shoot even at midnight and use a 15 second exposure to get the shot and it works great.

Be aware that "Auto" modes will often turn the ISO up too far such as 800 or 1600 and yes that does get the shutter speed up higher but it makes it too grainy to use.

Note that newer higher end camera's like the Canon S90 or the G11 can shoot at ISO 200, 400 and higher with little noise. The S90 also has a lens rated at f2.0 which is 2x faster than almost anything else out there right now. So your chance of a good shot with the S90 is much better than with most other camera's when dealing with marginal lighting such as indoors.
It's also optically stabilized and it really works.

Next time post what model of camera you have.

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Pauses between takes


THE PAUSE TIME YOU ARE TELLING IS THE TIME TAKEN BY CAMERA TO READY AGAIN. YOU CAN NOTICE THAT WHEN YOU SHOOT PHOTO WITHOUT FLAST/OUTDOOR IN DAY TIME THAN IT DO NOT TAKES TIME PAUSE. WHEN CAMERA USES FLASH IT WILL TAKE TIME TO BE READY FOR NEXT SHOOT. IT IS NORMAL

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How do you burn a dvd from a sony digital camera to play on a DVD player


simple way is transfer all photos and video from camera to PC. Select the photos and video then copy from PC. Open your DVD write softwear ( NERO) select your going to burn DVD , then a blank space open click there and paste there selected photo/videos. then click next , after that make your DVD Writing speed 4X/16X again next & finally u have a option that BURN , just click there and waiting for finish writing. DOnt forget to put your DVD in DVD writer place before run the software.

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My kodak easyshare m340 screen after taking a picture lasts too long before the next shot comes up on the screen. How can I get the screen to show the picture then go away faster??


One thing you can try is to use a faster memory card. Some cards are very slow, and that is why many are cheap.
Here is a review and some interesting points:
Kodak easyshare m340 review
Some points copied: "The M340 performed well on Shooting-Digital.com's shutter lag test, averaging just 0.33 second from shutter press to image capture. In the best-case scenario, the camera can power up and fire a shot in 2.45 seconds. Even better, you only have to wait 1.74 seconds between shots. In comparison, the PowerShot A1100 starts up and shoots in only 2.26 seconds but takes 2.35 seconds between shots; the sluggish Coolpix S230 needs 5.79 seconds to start and 5.69 seconds between shots."
So, if your camera is slow with a fast card, it may need repair. Check with Kodak.com at the support/ repair department.

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Animal Pictures


Unfortunately, you have run into the problem with most consumer-type digital cameras. They have a slow setup time before actually taking the picture. Then the data from the image sensor needs to be written onto the memory card before the next shot. So by the time the camera's ready, the moment you wanted to catch has passed.

One thing you can do is take photos at a lower resolution than the maximum setting. Not as much data means a little faster operation. But one of the main things the professional digital bodies give you is the faster setup time.

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Try looking in another direction, you half-way press the button wait let go then press it and it should light up with a green dot then take the picture.

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