Not us­ing con­tin­u­ous drive mode

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While you might ex­pect the sin­gle shot drive mode to be a per­fectly good choice for gen­eral photography, the con­tin­u­ous low or con­tin­u­ous high op­tions can be more ef­fec­tive at giv­ing you sharper, more timely re­sults. With sin­gle shot, not only can the ac­tion of press­ing down and re­leas­ing the shut­ter re­lease pro­duce soft re­sults, but tak­ing your fin­ger fully off the shut­ter re­lease can cause the cam­era to re­fo­cus the lens – although you can get round this by con­fig­ur­ing the cam­era so that the AF func­tion is re­moved from the shut­ter re­lease.

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