So I just got a new Canon Rebel T6, but I dropped it. Almost threw it to be more precise. In short, I have arachnophobia really bad, there was a huge spider on my camera when I picked it up, I threw my camera away from me and ran. When I picked it up nothing seemed to be damaged, it turned on, but when I went to take a picture, the beep that comes after the click was slowed down to half a beat, and my picture came out blurry. So I read through the manual, and switched the dial on top of my camera to a setting that sets the camera to default, and it works fine on that, but now I can't use close-up or sports or any other settings on my camera, and the default setting always has the flash on. Any advice? UPDATE: I went through all the different modes on my camera, and I found that it lags on Night Portrait, Sports, Culinary, P, Flash Off, and Landscape. I did try factory settings twice, and it didn't work. I honestly am at a lost right now.
Did any button get visibly moshed in? That tends to get them stuck in a pressed-down state, which is really good at confusing electronics.
Also, fire the camera without a lens, on a slow speed, and observe whether the mirror seems to be working as expected.
Also, check if any kind of self timer or multiframe NR/HDR/bracketing mode got accidentally activated.
Also, if you haven't done so yet, try using another lens - a partially jammed lens could delay exposure in multiple ways.