Shot to Shot Delay


Shot to shot delay refers to duration that is calculated from the time that a photo is recorded until the time that the camera needs for the preparation to capture another image. The delays from shot to shot are different for different digital models.

You will encounter more delays from shot to shot when the aimed subject is far from you or when the flash is required. The solution to deal with the delays from shot to shot is to select the available burst mode in your camera.

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