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Pixel problem, all pictures taken have poor pixel resolution

Olympus stylus 600-All our pictures have poor pixel resolution (Quality). Each picture looks like a digital nightmare. How do you increase the pixel quality of the camera so that you are not looking at a digital collage?

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It sounds like you set the file settings to a small file size - perhaps in order to get more photos on a single memory card. You need to change the setting to the largest file size possible, at the highest quality. The steps for this will be in your manual. If you need detailed instructions and don't have your manual, let me know and I'll lookup your manual online.

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Change to resolution after picture taken


Sorry, can't be done. Those pixels weren't recorded, so there's no way to regenerate them.

Think of it this way. Suppose you look out the window and see a red car drive by. Look out the window an hour later and maybe a blue car drives by. Now, how many white cars drove by between those two cars? If you weren't looking (or had a surveillance camera), there's no way to tell. In your picture you've got a red pixel over here and a blue pixel over there. There's no way to tell what was in between.

There are some tricks that can be done to interpolate. If you have a bright red pixel and next to it a dark red pixel, then the pixel between them probably was a medium red. But maybe not: there could have been a blue object in between. Or the pixel in the middle might have been the same color as one of its neighbors. There's just no way to be certain.

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If i use a 128MB card how many pictures will it hold


It will vary based on the pixel size of your photo. At worst case, take the pixel size of the camera and divide the memory stick by that. For example, a 3.2 MegaPixal camera, at highest quality, can get about 40 pictures. If you reduce the quality from the best or the size of the photo, then you will get many more pictures. With Sony, Sony uses a compression method that gets usually double the pictures at the highest resolution. Expect about 60 pictures with a 3.2 camera (do the math on other resolutions).

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I have olympus camedia 4.0 mega pixel. old camera. need to know how to change the camera photo storage from 18 photos to at least 64 photos storage


Hi, jamesepatton, and welcome to FixYa.
I am going to assume that you are referring to the camera's internal storage, as opposed to the camera's removable storage card.
Obviously, to increase the storage on a removable card, one need only purchase another, higher capacity storage card.
To change the camera's internal storage capacity, one needs to reduce the resolution of the pictures one takes.
Example- your Olympus is capable of taking a 4.0 mega pixel sized picture. This size picture can generate a fairly large data file (after all, pictures- like Word documents- are only data files!) While this is what is normally programmed into the camera at the factory, you are not 'married' to this size. In the "Setting" menu of the camera, there will be an option to change the mega pixel (mp) setting. Try lowering it to the next lower setting (say, 3.0 mp) and shoot until the camera tells you it's full. You may have to try several different mp setting, but eventually you'll land on the right one. It's going to depend a lot on what is in your pictures as well, as different scenes and content can affect file size.
A quick note here: Lowering the mp setting will affect the quality (and/or resolution) of the photo. I have found that for a great majority of the photos that I personally take, a 2.0 mp setting is just fine. I am by no means shooting magazine covers or entering my pictures in contests, I shoot 'em, print 'em and save 'em. Just your basic home pictures.
If resolution/quality is important, I would highly recommend that you save ALL pictures to a removable memory card and leave the camera set on 4.0 mp.
Good luck, and let us know how you go!

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Videos are now a small picture and when expanded are POOR quality


It seems that you have reduced the resolution of the vedio capturing format. In format settings change it to maximum avaialbe resolution such as 1024x900, etc ( maximum among available). Also for increasing the still photo resolution, select the maximum mega pixel such as 3.2/5/etc.. Usually the mega pixels can be changed using any short cut keys.

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I am getting very low resolution pictures, what should I do? The pictures are very pixelated


So you're having on the resolution problem?

Try this:
1. Turn ON your camera, click center button (OK|FUNC)
2. There will be option for resolution scale.
3. It depends on your camera, higher resolution, higher quality.

Any questions? Feel free to ask me =]

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Canon 20D slr


Take higher resolution pictures? hehe!

Go to the settings menu of your camera, then into the picture quality options and stick it on "high".

High-resolution images will take up more space, so make sure your memory card is large enough to hold the number of images you're going to take.

At 6 mega-pixel (the resolution) each image is going to be around 2-3Mb each. A 1Gb (1024Mb) card will obviously store around 500 pictures. =-]

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What you are seeing is the difference between "pixel count resolution" and "embedded resolution". So in your example 2272*1704 is the actual pixel count resolution as recorded by the camera & 72 is the embedded resolution that tells the software (in this case photoshop) what the intended use of the picture will be. 72 ppi is the default for web pictures. You can change this in photoshop by going to the "Image" tab & select image size. The window that opens will show you the pixel dimensions i.e. pixel count resolution and the document size & resolution 72. You just change it to 300 for printing. You can change the default to 300 by going "edit", "preferences", "units & rulers" and setting the values for "new document preset resolutions". This is a complex subject, I recommend looking at the following web page: http://www.fotofinish.com/resources/centers/photo/resolution.htm

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Storable images and file sizes ...


Stylus 300 Digital Memory Card Storage Capacity Quality Pixel Resolution 16MB xD-Picture Card 256MB xD-Picture Card SHQ, HQ 2048 x 1536 6, 20 shots 96, 326 shots SQ1 1600 x 1200 24 shots 399 shots SQ2 1280 x 960 38 shots 614 shots SQ2 1024 x 768 58 shots 940 shots SQ2 640 x 480 99 shots 1598 shots HQ Movie 320 x 240 15 fps 16 sec. max per movie 16 sec. max per movie SQ Movie 160 x 120 15 fps 70 sec. max per movie 70 sec. max per movie All capacity figures are approximate. Stylus 400 Digital Memory Card Storage Capacity Quality Pixel Resolution 16MB xD-Picture Card 256MB xD-Picture Card SHQ, HQ 2272 x 1704 5, 16 shots 90, 266 shots SQ1 2048 x 1536 20 shots 326 shots SQ2 1600 x 1200 24 shots 399 shots SQ2 1280 x 960 38 shots 614 shots SQ2 1024 x 768 58 shots 940 shots SQ2 640 x 480 99 shots 1598 shots HQ Movie 320 x 240 15 fps 16 sec. max per movie 16 sec. max per movie SQ Movie 160 x 120 15 fps 70 sec. max per movie 70 sec. max per movie

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XD Picture card?


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