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Change image pixal size in camera to 3m

I have two cameras. One camera says the images are 3m and the other says 7m. How do I change the image pixel size on the camera?

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Turn the camera on,make sure its on auto. press the fn button or the picture delete,with the small garbage can icon,once there scroll left to change,highlight and press ok.good luck,hope i helped

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I have a panasonic DMC-Fz8 12x optical zoom camera. How can I adjust the resolution? When I get my pictures developed they are low resolution; you can see the pixels.


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You need to change the PRINT SIZE and image QUALITY to have have a better picture. Try these:

Press 3049231.jpg then select aa5a871.jpg(Picture Size) . You will be given an option for the number of

pixels - ranges from 0.3 to 7 Megapixel. For better print quality, select 7M.

Next thing that you need to change is the Quality. You need to go back to Menu then 4e59df3.jpg. These are your options for quality:

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I hope that helps.

Good luck and have a nice day!

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Changeing resolution


On the back of the camera, push "Menu."
A menu screen comes up.

The first option is the one you're looking for:
"Image Size."

UNDER that option, the first sub-option is "8 M," the next is "3:2," the next is "5 M" and so on. That "M" is "Mega Pixels, or "million pixels." The size of the file will be measured in megapixels, and each "pixel" requires 3 Bytes of memory to define it. (A "pixel" is like one tile in a mosaic tile image.)

You change the options and sub-options in the menu by using the round donut-shaped control on the camera back. On the outside of the "donut" there are arrowheads pointing Up, Down, Left and Right. When you push the donut in the spot next to an arrowhead, you go whichever way the arrowhead points. Up goes through the MAIN options, right/left takes you through the SUB-options under the main option.

Change from a lower file size to a higher one by going left and right through the "Image Size" sub-menu. The biggest file size is "8 M" and I suspect the smallest is at the extreme opposite side of the list.

Someone apparently set your camera, maybe before you bought it, to a file size that is as small as possible, so you could fit the maximum number of pictures in the camera. But to get a better image for printing, you need to change to something with more pixels!

Apr 23, 2008 | Sony Cybershot DSC-H3 Digital Camera

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NEED TO CHANGE PHOTO RESOLUTION


■ Number of pixels
Select a higher number of pixels for clearer
pictures when printing.
Select a lower number of pixels [ ] (0.3M
EZ) to store more pictures. Fewer pixels also
means it is easier to send pictures by e-mail
or use them on a homepage.
■ When the aspect ratio setting is
[h]
DMC-LS75/DMC-LS70
(7M)
3072 × 2304 pixels
DMC-LS60 only
(6M)
2816 × 2112 pixels
DMC-LS75/DMC-LS70
(5M EZ)
2560 × 1920 pixels
(3M EZ) 2048 × 1536 pixels
(2M EZ) 1600 × 1200 pixels
(1M EZ) 1280 × 960 pixels
(0.3M EZ) 640 × 480 pixels

on the menu I believe the Panasonic calls it aspect ratio

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DSC W55 Not worth it!


Hi, I am having the same problem!!! Did you find a solution?

Jan 21, 2008 | Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W50 Digital Camera

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Changing the picture resolution


Turn on your camera.
Trun the switch on the top of the camera to AUTO.
Press the middle button right of the display (x/-).
Then you can first change the size (7M, 6M, 5M, 5M, 3M, 1M).
If you now use the circle button on the right bottom and on this button you press up or down you can change the quality (very fine, fine, normal).
You can change the size and quality if you press left/right on the circle button.

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Image Quality decrease


Um ok. first off, chill with the images being described in inches. The DSC-S40 is way too simple to get lost with. You only have 2 options to play with. One is the resolution which you want to be as high as possible unless you have some special reason for it not to be. Two is you have 2 image quality settings to choose from(Fine and Standard). choose "fine" of course for best results. yes the files size will be a bit larger, but you get the best possible image. Remeber, this is considered a cheap camera, so you want the most it can offer.

Now about the file size anomalies. Dont worry about it. Here is the only conclusion I can come up with that sounds logical. .JPG and most "compressed" image types will never be the same size if taken from a camera unless the same exact picture is shot 2 times in a row very fast witout the camera moving. files size on a compressed image depends on the amount of color variations the camera has to render into a file. The more color variations, the more data the .JPG file contains. It is natural for file sizes from a camera to differ. If you set your camera at 4M and take a picture, and then you set it to 3M and try to take the same picture again thinking it will save space, in theory this is true, but remeber how "compressed" images are rendered. You may have had only the slightest difference of light change on the next pitcture you took . This can have a significant impact on the file size, and can result in a lower res image being bigger in file size than the higher res image. Now, if you are talking a huge difference like 3M@1500kb yet 4M gives you 500kb, then you either have it set to "standard" quality, or you are really lost in this stuff.

But anyway, I hope this is plenty of info. And makes plenty of sense to anyone who understands compressed images.

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Pixel size


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