Question about HP Photosmart R927 Digital Camera
Every picture I take results in two images on my memory card.
Check the Burst setting under the Capture Menu - that can cause the camera to take more than one picture at a time. Also, check the "Bracketing" setting to make sure that is turned off. If neither of those fixes it, copy all of the pictures off the card and reformat it INSIDE the camera (use the camera's menu to reformat the card).
Also, take a close look at the files, especially the properties of each file. Some cameras store both a thumbnail AND a full-resolution shot on the card. You could be mistaking the thumbnail for another copy of the same image. The properties of the thumbnail file will be VERY small resolution, probably 120x120 pixels or some such size.
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Posted on May 11, 2009
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