Using Continuous Shooting

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  1. Myron

    Myron Well-Known Member

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    I own the Casio Exilim EX-2300. It shoots nice photos but there are 2 problems. When I go into the Continuous Shooting Mode, the megapixels available go to 2MP. I can't choose 4,7 or 10 MP, but only 2. Why is that? Is the camera too slow to capture a photo any higher than 2 MP? This means I must forego quality when using fast shooting. My other problem is that when I attempt to search for a shooting date, the camera freezes. I must remove the battery in order to use the unit. Why does this happen? I use a 4 GB HC SD Card.
     
  2. Andy Stanton

    Andy Stanton Super Moderator Super Moderator

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    Your camera, the Casio Z300 (not 2300), has three continuous shooting mode choices, regular, high speed and flash. Only high speed and flash drop the number of megapixels to two, not regular. However, regular continuous shooting will only let you take a shot every two seconds, which is very slow.

    I don't know what's going on, sorry.
     
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