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Higher resolution I dont have high enough resolution set i suppose?.. not to sure.. i have a couple photos ive posted on my redbubble photoblog and alot of them are not of high enough resolution and I figured i could do something with my camera to change that!.. maybe changing the pixels or something?.. really i have no clue.. but to sell my photos and make them poster size i REALLY need to know this! Thanks alot

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I don't know what you mean by "100". On my Lumix, the picture resolutions are given in pixels, like 2560x1920 or 640x480. The larger numbers are the higher resolutions, and for best quality (and biggest native size), you will want the highest resolution available in your camera. You will also want to set the compression to the finest setting. These settings are on the REC settings screen, which is the first to come up when you press the menu button.

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I suggest altering the settings a little and if that doesn't work try using a different software to enlarge images. Such as windows photo gallery. That's not too good for enlarging just good for keeping the quality up if that isn't good enough try using a free trial of photo shop.
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Take higher resolution pictures? hehe!

Go to the settings menu of your camera, then into the picture quality options and stick it on "high".

High-resolution images will take up more space, so make sure your memory card is large enough to hold the number of images you're going to take.

At 6 mega-pixel (the resolution) each image is going to be around 2-3Mb each. A 1Gb (1024Mb) card will obviously store around 500 pictures. =-]

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