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What you are on is sometimes called "Burst" mode. It is meant to be taking pictures of things like baseball players, so you can get the shot right were he hits the ball. I am not a owner of an olympus camera, but look through your cameras settings, and try to find that setting and switch to "single".
Look in your manuel for more detailed instructions.

Posted on May 26, 2011

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