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LikesToys

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I am shooting some winter outdoor wildlife shots and in High Speed Continuous and I  often take more than one shot when attempting just one shot.  Is there a setting to pause between the first and remaining shots.  With mitts on I need more time, and even without mitts I find it hard to just take one shot.  I don't want to slow down from High Speed because many times thats what I need, I just want the ability to set a delay after the first shot of a burst - I think I read about this somewhere in the manual but can't find it now.  Any help would be appreciated. Thanks
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I think the answer is just to have high capacity cards and shoot and edit later.

Simple as,  :)
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