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How to reduce my picture files size

I have sony digital cemera DSC-W50, i find each picture size 2MB or more after i import to the computer. the picture file extension is JPG. but i see other people email to me picture size only about 300 KB or less (extension is JPG too) also we made same pictures.

The question is: 1) how to reduce exist picture files size in the computer? let the pictures files size become about 300KB, then i can email to people more pictures each time (i use zip too). 2) how to adjust the cemera? let it make around 300 kb picture file size.

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Go to user manual and check Image size settings as shown in below...

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Posted on Dec 27, 2008

  • Shahid Electronics
    Shahid Electronics Dec 27, 2008

    If your PC has MS Office Picture Viewer, that also has option Edit Picture, there you can re-size picture as desired.

    ACDSee Viwer has also capability to edit and re-size pictures.


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