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When using flash, my sony cyber-shot dsc-t10 takes forever to take pictures!


i almost always use flash when taking pictures... but then, it takes forever to get my camera to take the picture! so most of the time, i don't get shot i want.

other camera's take pictures really quickly, but mine always take a bit more time. i have to either hold it down for a couple more seconds than usual, or re-press it over and over again till the red light goes.

help please?

i would like to know what kind of settings to put it on in order to get faster pictures with flash. i used to fast-shutter setting but the flash is all weird in it.

help >__<

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Have you tried Hi-Speed memory cards, as writing speed of the card affects the response time of camera, I am using Sony MSX-M2GN 2GB and it's gives me quite good response.

Other thing you might try is format the memory card using camera, camera has card format functionality and it does also improve the performance of the camera.

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