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what settings can I set my Nikon Coolpix s6300 on to take oictures quicker?

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Submitted : 2018-06-15 13:37:07    Popularity:     

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RTFM Point and Shoot cameras are inexpensive toys; they suffer from shutter lag and their capacity to write info to the memory cards are relatively slo

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Point and Shoot cameras are inexpensive toys; they suffer from shutter lag and their capacity to write info to the memory cards are relatively slow (that's why they're affordable). Remember this: the correct tool for the job at hand; cameras are tools. Consider upgrading to an over-glorified point and shoot by getting a Bridge camera (read the camera's Instructions Manual) and set it on Sports mode and hope for the best. Otherwise, upgrade to a real camera, get a bona fide DSLR with a relatively good zoom kit lens, read the camera's Instructions Manual and take a Beginners Photography class. You'll learn how to overcome difficult shooting situations and get far better results.

Turning the flash off means not having to wait for the flash to recycle in between shots.

Put the camera in sports mode will give you continuous shooting.

A big problem with cameras like the S6300 is how long it takes for the camera to actually take the shot once you press the shutter button. To avoid this, you can press the shutter button half way and then wait for the right moment. When you press the button half way, the camera determines the focusing and exposure. This process is the majority of the lag. So it won't help with taking continuous shoots any quicker, it will help taking that one shot much quickly.

If the camera is being slowed down because it's writing data to the memory card, you could try a faster memory card. The caveat with buying a faster card for a point and shoot like the S6300 is that it does write very vast to begin with, so you could be buying a a card with read/write speed that is far beyond what your camera is capable of doing. So your next option would be to shoot at a lower resolution.

Shooting at a lower resolution means that the camera will take less time to write files to the card. This will also mean that you can take more continuous shots, too.

If you do all of these suggestions, and you're still unable to achieve the shooting rate that you're after, then you must get a DSLR or a mirrorless camera. You simply won't be happy with a point-and-shoot camera.

You can't . It's a low end camera and can only do so much >

Quicker? Nah!

Point-and-shoot cameras suffer from severe shutter lag. Not much you can do except to anticipate the shot - click right before it happens.

It is called shutter lag, it is the time between when you push the button and the camera takes a picture. Point and shoot cameras have shutter lag. A nice DSLR camera does not have much shutter lag. The S6300 is a nice camera and takes good pictures.

Not really much you can do with such a camera. It's an older model, it is a simple point and shoot, and it doesn't have much in the way of manual control. Without that manual control, your are at the mercy of the camera to get your shots.

The slowest part of the whole picture taking operation on such a camera is focus. Without the ability to manually focus the lens, there is nothing at all you can do to make the rest of the operation any faster. The camera is ready to shoot, just waiting on the lens to focus. The focus system on such a camera is not very fast to begin with, and that means you miss a lot of shots. It is the tradeoff for the price you paid.

Full auto.



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