Question about Kodak EasyShare One Digital Camera
I want the full 3" screen to be available, but it keeps reverting back to a frame around the outside, which I think is the Smart Technology, that makes the camera default to a small number of megapixels, rather than the 10 that made me buy this model of camera. Do we really only need to use 2.5 megapixels for a decent picture & I just over bought or the 10 is just overkill? Is there any way to keep this camera in the manual mode so the 10 megapixels remain available at all times?
Is it just the display that behaves this way? Please check the Image Quality option in the shooting or settings menu. Select the Largest option available (normally you get options such as Large and Fine). This will make the camera shoot in full resolution. After taking the picture, access the menu again and check whether the camera has automatically changed the Image Quality to a lower resolution.
Posted on Feb 04, 2009
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Instructions to change the machine back to its default settings.
Make sure that the machine is turned on.
Press the Menu button repeatedly until Device settings appears.
Use the button to select Reset setting , then press the OK button.
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