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Canon Gp picture taking.

I Have a problem with my Canon G9 in that the picture I actually take seems to be seconds later than what I had focused on and believed I had taken. People can have turned slightly especially children or their smile is gone etc.
Is this a setting or is there anything I can do. Thanks Rose

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