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Old Aug 3, 2003, 4:49 PM   #11
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Thanks for all your help! I got my Canon EOS 10D the other day and I find the there is hardly any shutter lag. This is an excellent camera. A pity that it is so expensive in Australia.
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Old Aug 25, 2003, 1:30 PM   #12
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NO shutterlag, even after a continues shoot of 9 frames you can alsmost immediatly start shooting again.

For fast moving objects it's the dream come true.

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9 RAW frames take ~ 50 seconds to write to a SanDisk ULTRA 256 MB card.

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Old Aug 26, 2003, 1:43 AM   #13
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Hi,

On RAW you are right, but when using sport or alot of continues shooting I switch to JPEG. Thereby even in RAW you don't have to wait the full time, as soon as there is space in the memory you can start taking shots again, the whole buffer don't have to be empty.

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