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I took three pictures quickly in a row, but couldn't take another picture. Why not?

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After taking pictures in quick succession, the internal buffers of your camera fill up. Simply wait a few seconds for the processing to finish (the Ready light stops blinking).

Posted on Aug 29, 2005

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  • haaaa May 15, 2012

    will that make a long picture like my other one? (:

  • haaaa May 15, 2012

    will that make a long picture like my other one? (:

  • haaaa May 15, 2012

    will that make a long picture like my other one? (:

  • haaaa May 15, 2012

    will that make a long picture like my other one? (:

  • haaaa May 15, 2012

    will that make a long picture like my other one? (:

  • haaaa May 15, 2012

    will that make a long picture like my other one? (:

  • haaaa May 15, 2012

    will that make a long picture like my other one? (:

  • haaaa May 15, 2012

    will that make a long picture like my other one? (:

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