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S3: what exactly is too slow?

Algamano

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Algamano Basic Member
Thu 04-May-06 10:10 AM

Many postings here and elsewhere say that the S3 would be "slow". But what exactly is it that is slow in the S3?
Is it:
- the time it takes to "boot" after switching it on?
- the time it takes to store a taken pic and the readyness for the next pic?
- the time it takes to really release the shutter after the button has been pressed?
- the response time of the menu?
- whatever ...

So what exactly is it? And to what amount, compared e.g. with the D70, D200, D2H/X?

Appreciate all answers, helping me on my pending decision to jump into digital

Andreas
Nikonian in Southern Germany - [My Gallery]

Andreas
Nikonian in Southern Germany - [My Gallery]

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