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Resolution is low!

The camera is set to VGA, how to change it back to 7.2 Mpixels?

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Easiest was is go to Camera Menu -> Initialize -> Yes.
Camera will reset and select factory default settings.

Other way is set camera on camera-mode, press menu and find picture resolution setup, you will see fine, standard, vga, email options there, select desired option and done.

Posted on Jan 18, 2009

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