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Change size of picture being taken

How do I change the size of the pictures being taken. For example...it is on VGA, I want to take bigger pictures.
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Hi,
   Turn on your camera,And then press recycle bin marked button from where you delete the un-necessary pics.And change your required.
 It show in start  from bottem VGA then 2M 3M 4M .Set it at your required Megapixil quality.
 Hope you will understand it now.
Thaks,And dont forget to rate.

Posted on Nov 28, 2008

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