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Cropping how do I crop on camera and save the cropped immage?

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Re: cropping

You cannot crop images and save them on a D200. Thats what the Nikon Capture and Nikon PictureProject software are for. Here is the Cnet review link:

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Hi I am at my whits end trying to crop a photo on my sonny cybershot DSC W800! Can someone please let me know how it's done thanks Kris

Cropping a photo in a camera? I never have seen a camera with this option. You use a zoom, or go close or far, to frame the picture before you shoot. Or for a crop you use a computer.
Sorry, but I think you want a function from your camera, what not is build in it.

Feb 21, 2015 | Digital Cameras

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Is it possible to use digital zoom and shoot photos in manual mode?

Although your EOS 600D does not support digital zoom, while shooting, the same effect can be reached when the picture is already on the memory card. If you want to zoom in later (Crop) please shoot in RAW (or RAW + JPG) Only then all details will be preserved. Later you then can crop the part you wanted to have in the first place. I know your camera can crop the pictures you want to print from the camera. I'm not sure you also can edit RAW pictures and later save them (cropped) as a jpg.

Feb 12, 2014 | Canon EOS 600D Rebel T3i Digital Camera

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How to make file size of photos small to send by email?

I'll give you a trick! it has a large file size because of pixels, so you need to minimize it.

Open the file with mspaint and crop"

1. right click the file that you want to minimize file size, then choose " open with " then there's a option of program, choose the mspaint .
2. then once the picture was already open with mspaint, goto toolbox and choose the Crop tool..
3. Crop the picture..then open a new mspaint, then paste the cropped picture into it, then save afterwards..
4. then its done.

Good luck & please rate..

Mar 21, 2011 | Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W50 Digital Camera

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I want to save picture that we took in a zoomed in mode -magnified larger than it was originally taken? is this possible?

You can do that in a photo-editing program. It's called "cropping". You select the area you want and the rest is cropped out.

Feb 23, 2010 | Canon PowerShot SD1100 IS Digital Camera

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Dimage Z6. How do I save a cropped picture onto the camera memory card? I can do it on my Sony Cibershot. Can I do it on the Dimage (no manual or CD provided with second-hand camera).

After you have cropped your picture, just press the enter button. It will ask if you want to save it. It will be saved as another image. You will not lose the original.

Jan 03, 2010 | Konica Minolta DiMAGE Z6 Digital Camera

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How can I crop a picture?

Download an efficient image software like Irfanview ( the area. Then Cntrl +Y to crop the image. Save the cropped image with a different name. > Siddhartha Basu, India

Jan 01, 2010 | Canon PowerShot A400 Digital Camera

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Crop pictures on FinePix j10

you will need to crop the images on a pc

Oct 18, 2009 | Digital Cameras

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How do you crop and save a picture on the d70


Not aware that you can do that on camera. If you are talking about doing it using the Nikon program or any other program, for that matter, let people know which one. Maybe the answer will come your way.


Aug 09, 2009 | Nikon D70s Digital Camera

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Cropping and Saving an image

the Power Shot S-series cameras have been some of my favorite camaras..... The SX100 does not support the RAW image format, .... you can rotate and re size a photo, though you cannot crop it

May 05, 2009 | Canon PowerShot A75 Digital Camera

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Process Cropping

Most digital cameras have an aspect ratio of 4x3. 35mm cameras have an aspect ratio of 3x2. 6x4 photopaper also has an aspect ratio of 3x2. Therefore you don't get cropping when printing from 35mm film. To make the picture fill out the 6 inches, the digital footprint has to be 6" by 4.5". So .5 inches is removed in the process. If you can find a processor that will print 5.333 x 4 on the 6 x 4 paper, there would be no clipping necessary. Since you have Photoshop, you can crop the photo to a 3 x 2 ratio. That way you control what is cut. I use Photoshop Elements and when I use the Rectangular Marquee Tool, I set Style to "Fixed Aspect Ratio" and Width to 3, and Height to 2.

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