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How do I reduce the pixel size before downloading to computer?

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SOURCE: Help Please!!! Cannot view some pictures in my Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ1

some of your picture was currapt ,during the transfer from camera to PC the current was unstable or some connot read by your computer.

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That operation is usually accessed by the function button.

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You need to format the card in the camera to optimize it.

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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]
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Best picture size to use


The higher quality will not degrade the prints, you can always reduce the size for printing, if you wish. (Although it shouldn't matter, if the printer is not able to print all the pixels due to limited resolution, it will downsize properly, anyway). The only drawbacks are, as you noted, increased size/storage requirements. I would shot always in the biggest possible size and with fine JPEG (no sense in using TIFF - the quality is not so different that you ever notive it). The reason for always using the biggest size is that you can later crop and have better chances at postprocessing. When "THE" shot comes your way, you don't want to accidentily store it in all the glory of 800x600 pixels :) (Switching sizes is a bad idea, you inevitable forget to switch the size back and shot an entire afternoon in the small size. Been there, done that, did not get the pixels back :)

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