Hey everyone, So most of the pics I take are in low-light conditions. I've been using low aperture lenses such as the Canon 50 f1.8 and the Sigma 30mm f1.4. Both are great! I am, however, having an issue with the pre-flashes that the camera gives off. Sometimes when taking a picture the camera will use a burst of 3-6, and sometimes more, flashes before it focuses. I don't currently have an external flash (I'll remedy that once I can afford to) so have been sticking to the internal one. Will getting an external fix this issue? I understand that the camera needs to do that to focus accurately, but is there any way to decrease the amount of pre-flash or make them closer to the "real flash"? It can be very annoying to be on the other end of a camera which flashes you 5 times BEFORE it even takes the photo. Cheers!