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[Q] Burst on long press shutter button sticks

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Default [Q] Burst on long press shutter button sticks

Is anyone else having this issue:

My Z1 is on Kitkat. When I enable long press for burst, every single picture I take with the physical shutter button is a burst shot. I can't seem to press and release the shutter fast enough to avoid it. I like having long press to burst active so I can take them when I want, but the shutter button seems to be so stiff that it's the only kind of shot I can take when it's on.

Is this a known issue, or is it my unit?
 
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I have that on mine so I disabled burst mode :-/

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I have that on mine so I disabled burst mode :-/

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Thanks for confirming. See, I don't want to disable it. I like being able to take spontaneous burst shots. It works fine with the on-screen shutter. I think the hardware button is either just too stiff or sensitive or both.
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