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Camera operating slowly...card was emptied (not reformatted, mind you(!?)) + camera still slow....to shut it off is a SLOW process...sometimes wants to rfuse to shoot.

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  • tryggvi83 Dec 08, 2008

    Most of the time she refuse to take photo, but when she does it,s unbelieveble slow and all the photos are almost white! What can i do???

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Yes if u use a 4G or 8 G M card its slow if u want it faster use a 1 or 2 G M card it works for me

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Some cards are available that work at faster speeds and I would definatly try reformating card from within the camera menu

Posted on Oct 15, 2008

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