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How do I change the pixel size when taking pictues


Hello, Go to camera MENU, SETUP and set the quality of the photos to a lower setting to reduce the image size.

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Changing Resolution On A Fuji A350 Camera


photos that have been already taken before any changes will not be affected after photo setting.Use camera menu or setup to look for RESOLUTION, PHOTO SETUP, IMAGE TYPE,STANDARD OR TYPE on menu to change photo resolution..

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I have olympus camedia 4.0 mega pixel. old camera. need to know how to change the camera photo storage from 18 photos to at least 64 photos storage


Hi, jamesepatton, and welcome to FixYa.
I am going to assume that you are referring to the camera's internal storage, as opposed to the camera's removable storage card.
Obviously, to increase the storage on a removable card, one need only purchase another, higher capacity storage card.
To change the camera's internal storage capacity, one needs to reduce the resolution of the pictures one takes.
Example- your Olympus is capable of taking a 4.0 mega pixel sized picture. This size picture can generate a fairly large data file (after all, pictures- like Word documents- are only data files!) While this is what is normally programmed into the camera at the factory, you are not 'married' to this size. In the "Setting" menu of the camera, there will be an option to change the mega pixel (mp) setting. Try lowering it to the next lower setting (say, 3.0 mp) and shoot until the camera tells you it's full. You may have to try several different mp setting, but eventually you'll land on the right one. It's going to depend a lot on what is in your pictures as well, as different scenes and content can affect file size.
A quick note here: Lowering the mp setting will affect the quality (and/or resolution) of the photo. I have found that for a great majority of the photos that I personally take, a 2.0 mp setting is just fine. I am by no means shooting magazine covers or entering my pictures in contests, I shoot 'em, print 'em and save 'em. Just your basic home pictures.
If resolution/quality is important, I would highly recommend that you save ALL pictures to a removable memory card and leave the camera set on 4.0 mp.
Good luck, and let us know how you go!

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Hello, My camera had been taking photos under a file size of 1 MB, normally 800 KB. Today for some inexplicable reason (I must have done something!), the photo file size is 4MB, too large to send and use...


On your camera, look for settings. You must have set it on "Large" or "Max" picture quality. Thus making your 'normal' 800kb into a more better quality.

On your laptop/computer try to open it in a image editor and change the resolution of the picture.

Dec 14, 2010 | Sony Cybershot DSC-T200 Digital Camera

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How could i have a 240 size of photo


Most camera can't take so little a photo now,but if you need a little photo,you can take it ,then use Photoshop to change the size of it save as another picture.batterypack_0.jpg

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Photo resolution


Sony H1 takes photos at 72 dpi by default. But the picture quality will be good. if you want to convert it to 300dpi open the picture in adobe Photoshop and select image size and change resolution to 300 dpi. but the file size will be very high to up load. if you want to reduce the file size select the image size in adobe photoshop and reduce it according to your requirement. if my solution proves good please rate it. Regards.

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My samsung l100 memory is full after 4 photo ? i have no memory card


you have your "picture size" set too large. In the pic settings you can change it to take more or less pictures, depending on the quality you want. A better photo will take more memory. If you don't want to print your photos, put your setting on smaller size, and you will be able too shoot all day.

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Wallpaper picture


Chances are that your camera is not set at the right picture size. To change it to the right setting, do the following:
-camera
-take a photo
-options
-camera settings
-photo settings
-change the size to 1024 x 768

When you set your new photos to be your wallpaper, they should take up the whole screen. Hope this works!
Regards
Katherine

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Apparently you do that prior to sending the picture by going into the camera option, so MENU, CAMERA then TAKE A PHOTO and then press the left hand 'menu' button' under the left hand screen icon. The menu should appear under the heading of OPTIONS. scroll down to CAMERA SETTINGS. select

2. camera settings and then 1.phto settings and change the picure size to nothing larger than 320x240 and save. That should allow you to send via mms (assuming it's set up and the reciever can recieve photos). If you want better quality pics for the phone or PC then change the picture size to suit but the larger they are the less they'll send.

 

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Sony Cyber Shot DSC-W30 changins picture sizes back to 4X6


Nothing to do with the camera. Its a printer set up thing

Jun 28, 2007 | Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W30 Digital Camera

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