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Processing Time What can we do to cut down on the processing time for large files of photos.....we have 242 pictures that have been processing for 6.5 hours now and are only half complete

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The easiest way is to take your film to a local chain to be processed like Wallgreens or Costco or similar and have them make you a CD of the prints at the time of processing. It usually costs about $3 or $4 extra. The images on the CD will be in JPG file format and you can open and edit them with any standard photo editor on your computer (Photoshop, Paint, iPhoto, Gimp, etc.)

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Clarity of Photos

Good results are usually possible with the trusty old D70s.

Obviously, run through your settings and ensure you have everything sorted for max quality: Set quality to Fine, size to large, ISO 200-400 (turn auto ISO to off).

Next check the JPEG processing settings. Make sure the sharpening and/smoothing are set to minimum or low. You could also try shooting on RAW which would help eliminate the JPEG processing settings as the problem. If your RAW files are still ****, your camera may be on the way out. If the RAW;'s are better, your JPEG settings need attention or the processor is having issues.

Assuming your settings are all fine and your lens is of reasonable quality the images should be pretty sharp. But at the end of the day the D70 is getting on a bit and with only 6.1mp zooming in heaps is never going to be pretty.

If the "blobs" of colour and pixelation are severe you may have a sensor or processing issue.

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Why does it take so long to process a picture ?

All digital cameras require a few seconds of processing time per picture. During the processing time, the camera is enhancing the image, compressing it as a JPEG image file, and then writing to the flash memory.

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If you're working with photo files, there's probably no piece of hardware that will speed up the process more than lots of RAM. Anything beyond 128MB will dramatically streamline your workflow. Image-processing programs like HP Image Zone need much more RAM to work efficiently with large files. But the slow speed may be due to another culprit: fragmented hard drive files. If you have problems with speed when opening or closing a file, perhaps your image data is scattered all over your drive. The result? Your hard drive is spending all its time and energy gathering the data to feed your applications. Defragmenting the drive is the simple solution to tidying up your files. If the files aren't fragmented and more RAM doesn't do the trick, your hard drive may just be slow. Consider replacing it or adding a second, faster one to your system.

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