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Help!!! My camera is super slow and takes a long time to take pictures, shut the camera off, and go onto the homescreen....!! I charged my rechargeable batteries and put them in my camera hot!! Did that mess up the camera?? Is there any way I can fix it without sending it to get repaired??

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Try with hi speed sd card...

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