There has been lots of testing and discussion of buffer clearing speed on various mirror less cameras. What my question is. What is your real time, every day, general use observation on your camera’s buffer clearing time, for a single image taken. Once you take one image how long till the cameras view finder and or lcd shows a current image not the one just recorded. I know it an vary using different memory cards and other variables. For me I use a Panasonic G3 using RAW no presets and using a Lexar professional 16GB 133x SD card and the time for me is usually 3 seconds from time I push the shutter button till I can see that the camera is ready for a new image. Normally this is no big deal because it might be just a static shot. If it is a action or maybe just an object you want to follow then I am out of luck, can’t see where it went. Hopefully as they camera’s mature the buffer will get faster to clear. Here is hoping the Panasonic GH3 will be an improvement. Thanks for your observations.