Question about Canon PowerShot S200 / IXUS 178 Digital Camera
If you have your owners manual, read it and it should tell you which menu to navigate to when you want to set the RESOLUTION. Set it to the maximum (largest numbers) you can and that should solve that problem. Downside is, the larger the resolution setting, the less amount of pictures you can store in the internal memory or on an installed memory card. Get a larger capacity card but don't exceed your cameras' capability. Cameras only a few years old can max out at 2 gigs. Get into the habit of saving your pictures to you computer frequently. Reformat the memory card (while it's in the camera) this keeps the card at peak capacity.
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