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set your pixel ratio to the largest setting, this means less pictures per memory, but higher picture quality. Also if possible adjust your iso to the highest setting, as well as the shutter speed, having both of these settings set to the highest point will require more light for picture taking, however will result in the highest quality image.
I would check to see if the resolution may have been changed inadevertenly. Grine in most cases result at very low resolution settings.....increase the quality of the image and reshoot to see if this improve the photos...good luck.
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Set the mode selector to Camera position
Turn on camera and press the Dustbin symbol The Image Size setup item appears
Select the desired image size with up / down arrow key The image size is set. After the setting is completed, press (Image Size). The Image Size setup item disappears from the screen. • The image size value selected here is preserved even when the camera is turned off.
Keep the size lowest or VGA when quality of the picture is not very important. To get best resolution you may choose larger size, at the cost of more memory usage and less number of pictures. I hope this answer is useful to you and you will like to visit us again for your query. Thanking you for using Fixya!
I don't know where you are. In the UK, I think I would have tried to take this back to the vendor for a replacement or refund early on (in the first year of ownership), but in other countries your rights may be different. Two years on is a bit late to make a warranty claim or return as faulty. Perhaps Panasonic's offer to exchange the camera may be your best option.
If you perform a Google search on the camera make and model you will find a number of consumer reviews, written by ordinary owners, as well as reviews by professionals. This may help you decide whether the model has problems or it is just the one you own.
Try lowering the quality of the pictures. It will allow a faster shutter speed since it doesn't need as much data to make the picture. Try throwing a ball into the air and playing with the settings until you can get what you need.
think what is happening is that Pentax is not using the maximum JPEG quality value for their high quality setting.
I re-saved an image in Photoshop last night, and the JPEG quality value was set to 9. I increased it to 12, and ended up with a 3.5 MB file.