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Image quality when manually

What happens to image quality if I manually select a specific sensitivity setting?

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Re: image quality when manually

High or Normal settings are selectable with the DiMAGE E201 for camera sensitivity. Normal is almost equivalent to ISO 85 and high is almost equivalent to ISO 340. High is useful under dark conditions as the flash range increases (0.6 to 5m), but noise increases with sensitivity as electric signal is more amplified, which may result in coarse image. Please select the rating that best suits your purpose.

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How do I put the camera into "Raw" mode?


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We lost manual and don't know how to set camera to take more than 26 pictures


The information you've provided with the question is not enough to give a specific answer. So please do not rate negatively.
I think that you're only able to shoot 26 images with your Camera.
This may be due to limitation in the internal memory as well as the high resolution you set in the Camera.
Using a higher capacity memory card(EG SD CArd, Memory stick etc) will resolve the issue without affecting the quality of the picture.
The another fact that affect the number of images stored in the Camera is the image size(EG:1MP, 2MP, 3MP, VGA etc. )
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Please get back to me with the exact model # of the Camera. I might be able to give more specific information.. http://www.fixya.com/users/shajanrs
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ISO numbers usually double up, and each step gives one more stop of light. Common numbers are: 50 – 100 – 160 – 200 – 400 – 800 – 1600 and higher.

Take a look at these links for some good explanations of what ISO is in phtography.

http://www.all-things-photography.com/iso.html
http://www.photography-tips.co.uk/?p=35
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Film_speed
http://www.ophrysphotography.co.uk/pages/highiso.htm
http://www.videojug.com/film/digital-photography-tips-iso-and-light-settings

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