The L120's full-resolution continuous shooting is pretty slow at 0.7 frame per second. If you need something faster than that, there's the Sport Continuous mode for capturing up to 20 photos at approximately 15 frames per second. In order to do this, the maximum resolution is reduced to 3 megapixels; the focus, exposure, and white balance are fixed at the first picture in the series; and the ISO is set to a range from 400 to 3200. These things aren't unusual for burst modes on low-end (or even some high-end) cameras, but that doesn't make the results any more usable. You'll capture something, although you won't be able to do much with them beyond Web sharing. Also, because the ISO is high, you can end up with overexposed photos if you're shooting in very bright conditions.