Let me start off by saying I am a total ignoramus when it comes to finding my way around a camera. I enjoy taking pictures but I am by no means a photographer, not by any stretch of the imagination. I am here because I don't understand the message which displays on my LCD screen on my camera. After I take a succession of 5-6 shots quickly in a row, my camera stops and displays, "BUSY" and has a lightening bolt symbol. I thought this meant the flash was recharging. I asked a friend of mine who told me that I needed a better memory card. So I got a high performance memory card, thinking this would solve the issue, but it hasn't. I'm not sure what this message means and when I'm trying to take shots quickly, it is frustrating to be slowed down waiting for the busy message to disappear. Can anyone tell me what this means, and if there is something I can do to fix it, or if this is normal?