Very slow in taking a picture
I'm not sure I already asked you something, but it looks to me, you are new with digital camera's. The digital cameras all have a feature called auto focus. DSLRs and some expensive system cameras do have an extra sensor to autofocus, while you are pressing the shutter release button. they sometimes can focus in a few hundreds of a second. Most other cameras use the same sensor as the one the picture is captured on.they look for contras differences and some other things. When you press the button half, the camera starts focusing the picture. That can take a few tenths of a second, but when the light is bad, or the subject you try to focus on has bad contrast conditions, it can take up to one second or more. when the camera is focused it will show a green light of give a beep. Then you can press the shutter complete. Still the camera has to switch from focus yo capture. Also a tenth of a second or more.
I understand it is annoying when you are used to cameras with a film, because when you pressed the button, the picture was shot. If you want that again with a digital camera, you almost are convicted to a DSLR. Even the cheaper ones shoot that quick. But they are bulkier, heavy and quick.
on Jan 08, 2014