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I think I have all the setting right for the highest mg shot, 10, with Fine setting. But instead of 10, I got around 4+. Can't figure out. Anything I can check, like a weird button or setting I have on but don't know?Thanks. Michael

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Are you saying that you set the camera to take 10 mp pictures but their final size is only around 4? That's normal...the megapixel rating in the camera refers to the capabilities of the sensor but the size of the actual picture will be different depending on the complexity of the subject matter.

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