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    Quote Originally Posted by nero88
    Hi, when i am pressing fast on my shutter button many times...after 1st 2 shots...the button is like not sensitivities. Is this due to shutter button or len??
    Why do people keep calling it "Len"?? It's LENS. Omg.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nero88
    Hi, when i am pressing fast on my shutter button many times...after 1st 2 shots...the button is like not sensitivities. Is this due to shutter button or len??
    What kind of memory card u r using? What class ?

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    Default Re: Shutter button or Len problem??

    Slow response (time) to (DSLR) shutter trigger/release is a multi-level problem. Consider these:
    1. Memory buffering / CF speed
    2. JPEG compression
    3. CPU image processing speed
    4. Mirror-return (flip) speed limit (pertaining to DSLR, no mirror for rangefinder cams)
    5. Auto-focus (usually dependence on lens' spec, unless you are talking about old contax SLR system)
    6. Very important: shutter speed e.g. set at 1-seconds either automatically or manually means a ONE full second delay in exposure
    7. Point 6 could linked/due to auto-exposure / compensation
    8. Battery weak charge
    9. Finally read the stated specification of your camera multi-shot limits
    Last edited by CZJena; 25th July 2012 at 08:08 PM.
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    Default Re: Shutter button or Len problem??

    Quote Originally Posted by nero88 View Post
    Hi, when i am pressing fast on my shutter button many times...after 1st 2 shots...the button is like not sensitivities. Is this due to shutter button or len??
    Read your manual on the subject of single and continuous shooting.
    AFAIK at single setting, the cam will focus and reset setting before the shutter opens for each of the shot.
    In continuous setting, AF is locked and the shutter will "fire away" till the button is released or pres-set in camera reached.
    In summary... know your camera and what it can do, and know it well......
    Last edited by shierwin; 25th July 2012 at 10:03 PM.

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